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  • ‘Calls on workers to revive party’

JAMMU: Like other parts of country, Jammu and Kashmir Unit of Shiv Sena Bal Thackeray today celebrated 49 th Sthapna Diwas (foundation day) of party. As per press release, the main function was held at Shiv Sena Bhawan, Indira Chowk under the leadership of its state president Dimpy Kohli , Rakesh Gupta, GI Singh and Vikrant Kapoor wherein scores of Shiv Sainiks hailing from various districts of the state participated and paid rich tributes to Bala Saheb Thakrey, the founder of Shiv Sena.

Speaking on the occasion, Dimpy Kolhi castigated BJP-PDP government for allegedly failed to address the genuine issue of people. “There is no government on ground in state, people of Jammu are crying for basis amenities in this scorching heat while the elected representatives enjoying excursion in valley,” he said.

He said that Shiv Sena is only political party in country which is carrying nationalist legacy of Late Bala Saheb Thakrey. He asked the Shiv Sena cadre to work on ground and revive the party in state. “To revive the party we have to educate more and more people with our policies and ideology,” he said. He also asked the party worker to help the masses and also remain vigilant to expose the misdeed of present government. Later, the Shiv Sena leader distributed fruits and sweets among needy people. A hawan was also preformed for the peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir.Prominent those who were participated includes Vinay Gupta, Rohit Singh Bhau and Vishal.

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REASI:  Additional Deputy Commissioner Reasi-Shiv Kumar Gupta chaired a meeting with Local Cable Operators (LCOs) to discuss the steps taken by them for the operationlizing of third phase of Digital Addressable System (DAS). District Information Officer-Parvinder Kour and all the LCOs attended the meeting.

During the meeting Gupta briefed the cable operators about the directions of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and J&K Government regarding the transformation of existing cable service from analogue cable to Digital Addressable System( DAS) for which the revised deadline is fixed as 31st December’ 2015(third phase).

Discussions were held on various issues, which include replacing of analog system by Digital Addressable System, plan and strategy of LCOs regarding digitisation , submission of area wise data base by LCOs, problems faced by LCOs at ground level, to oversee and monitor the progress of the implementation of DAS in Phase III of the programme etc.

Gupta assured LCO’s that the administration will give them all necessary help for smooth digitization of cable services. He emphasised to give further momentum to the awareness campaign regarding DAS programme, adding that the first aim should be increasing awareness and empowering consumers to ‘Switch To‘ DAS  and second that consumers are informed about the wide array of options available to select the accurate package once they switch to DAS.

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JAMMU: To discuss the problems being faced by the people in Jammu, the team members of Parivartan—NGO called in BJP former state president and Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) Shamsher Singh Manhas in a function held here today. During the meeting, various issues including worst power scenario prevailing in the state especially when the summer season in Jammu is on peak and the demand of power has been increased manifolds but the supply from the Power Development Department is not enough. Due to which the people are forced to face the prolong power cuts.

The members also raised the issue of bad condition of roads in Jammu city and its surrounding, which were not repaired from a long time and the people are facing many difficulties. While raising the issue, Chairman, Parivartan, Vikas Sharma said due to the bad condition of roads, people are facing many hardships. In view of the forthcoming season of monsoon, which is round the corner, Sharma further urged upon the Shamsher Singh Manhas to raise the issue with the concerned department, so that people get some respite especially due to monsoon.

On the issue of increasing unemployment in state, the team leader further raised the issue of employment under scheme ‘Udaan’ and appealed the MP to enhance the age limit fixed under this scheme from 25 years to 28 years. So that more and more educated youth of this state can apply under this scheme and made their life secure and better.

 Shamsher Singh, during the meeting gave a patient hearing to the members of NGO and assured that their issues would be discussed with the concerned and higher authorities, so that the problems which are faced by people would be solved earliest.  Among others participated during the meet included President Rajinder Singh, Vice President Udhay Bhaskar, Treasurer Vishal Targotra, Media Incharge Sahil Sharma, Ricky Sharma, Sandeep Manhas and Munish Singh Jamwal.

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