Srinagar, April 12: Government has engaged in service candidates for the post of Medical Superintendent and Deputy Medical Superintendent at Government Medical College, Srinagar in violation of rule of SRO-384, as per reports.12 April, 2017
Srinagar, April 12: Due to re-poll to be held on 38 polling of Srinagar parliamentary seat, Section-144 will remain imposed in Budgam district, except the area of re-poll on 13th April.12 April, 2017
Srinagar, April 12: State Human Rights Commission has taken cognizance of civilian killings on polling day in Kashmir and has issued a notice to Police asking it to furnish a detailed report in this regard by or before May 29 next month.12 April, 2017
12 April, 2017
SRINAGAR: In what could be termed an unwanted video, CRPF men in Kashmir show patience even after being hit & abused by protesters.
In the video CRPF men were hit and abused and they did not retaliate for the sake of peace in valley.
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JAMMU, APRIL 12: IRP-7th Battalion organized "RUN FOR FUN" Marathon and a debate competition on the topic "Women as Effective Leadership" under Civic Action Programme at Battalion Headquarters Kot Bhalwal (Seri) Jammu.12 April, 2017Posted In SportsLast Updated 12 April, 2017
LAKHANPUR (KATHUA), APRIL 12:- The traffic department today devised a comprehensive plan to ease congestion at Lakhanpur toll post and its peripheries.12 April, 2017
SRINAGAR, APRIL 12: District Election Officer (Deputy Commissioner), Budgam, today accorded sanction to the grant of paid holiday on April 13, 2017, in areas falling within the jurisdiction of district Budgam in favour of Government Employees/Semi-Government employees/Industrial workers who are voters in the areas going for re-poll on the said date so that they can cast their votes.12 April, 2017
Srinagar, April 12: Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq & Mohammad Yasin Malik called for shutdown in poll-bound areas on April 13.12 April, 2017
12 April, 2017
Srinagar, April 12: The seven parliament candidates for Srinagar who were in the fray of by-polls on Wednesday jointly called for boycott in the re-polls, slated to be held on Thursday for 38 polling stations.
The candidates said that they won’t let their brothers to die.
The seven candidates including state president of Rashtriya Jankranti Party (RJP), Mirza Sajad Hussain Beigh, Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha leader, Chetan Sharma, Rashtriya Samajwadi Party (Secular) leader, Engineer Sajad Reshi and Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) leader Bikram Singh, besides three independent candidates, Farooq Ahmad Dar, Ghulam Hassan Dar, Mehraj Rashid Malik held a joint press conference today at a local hotel here.
Mirza Sajad while talking to the reporters said that they were not taken into the confidence before taking the decision the re-polling in 38 polling stations.
He said that they tried to meet the returning officer and Chief Election Officer to register their protest but unfortunately the officers were not present.
Saying that it is not an election but selection, Mirza Sajad said, “The people are being befooled with such exercises. We appeal the people to stay at their homes and don’t cast the ballots as we won’t let our brothers to die intentionally. The unfortunate incident that took place on Apr 09 was painful.”
He questioned that if the atmosphere is not conducive for the polls in Anantnag then how come it is conducive for the 38 polling stations which witnessed violent protests on Apr 09.
Mirza Sajad said, “The government is putting the lives of Kashmiris at risk through this re-polling. The fingers are being raised at the credibility of ECI for postponing the polls on the request of PDP candidate.”
He said that the unlike Jammu, the protesters here are being targeted with the bullets, which expose the Government of India’s policy towards Kashmir. (PTK)Posted In InterviewLast Updated 12 April, 2017
SRINAGAR, APRIL 12: Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) J&K, Shantmanu Wednesday said that adequate arrangements of security and videography have been made for re-polling at 38 polling stations in Budgam district of Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency being held on April 13, 2017.12 April, 2017