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DyCM heckled by protesters over 'disservice' to community
JAMMU, Sep 23: Jammu and Kashmir deputy chief minister Nirmal Singh was heckled by Dogra community members on Saturday over the state government's "failure" to declare Maharaja Hari Singh's birth anniversary as a state holiday. The deputy chief minister was speaking at a function after paying floral tributes to Maharaja, the last Hindu ruler of the state, on his birth anniversary today. Scores of people, including youths wearing black T-shirts and carrying saffron flags, raised slogans against Singh and the PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir. The protesters gheroed Singh and some of them heckled him. The minister had to cut short his speech and was escorted out by a large contingent of police. The protesters also demanded the minister's resignation and accused the BJP o...
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12 SIs transferred
JAMMU, Sep 20: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jammu Dr Sunil Sharma today ordered transfers and postings of twelve Sub Inspectors (SIs) seven Incharge Police Posts. As per order, twelve Sub Inspectors (SIs) has been transferred with immediate effect. SI Mohammad Irfan has been transferred from Police Post Sainik Colony and posted as Incharge Police Post Bathindi, SI Balram Sharma has been transferred from Police Post PP Belicharana and posted as Incharge Police Post Sainik Colony. SI Manoj Kumar has been transferred from DPL Jammu and posted as Incharge Police Post Belicharana. SI Ajay Kumar Ingotra has been transferred from DPL Jammu and posted as Incharge Police Post Panjtirthi. SI Jatinder Singh has been transferred from Police Station Nagrota and posted as Incharge Police Po...
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Security tightened ahead of Navratra festival
JAMMU, Sep 20: With nine-day Navratra festival scheduled to begin tomorrow, Police has been directed to remain extra vigilant to keep a check on anti-national and anti-social elements. Nakas has been strengthened with additional deployment of cops while security has been beefed up at all the religious places in Jammu and its peripheries. Senior Superintendent of Police, Jammu, Sunil Gupta convened a meeting of the officers here to strength the security grid in view of the upcoming festivals, a police spokesman said. "Keeping in view the present security scenario in the state and impending threats from anti-national and anti-social elements, all the participants were emphasised that adequate security arrangements need to be made in advance, he said. The spokesman said the officers hav...
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4,499 policemen protect 2,075 VIPs in J&K
JAMMU, Sep 18: Jammu and Kashmir has a total of 2,075 VIPs who are protected by 4,499 policemen, reports quoting Bureau of Police Research and Development said on Monday. Out of the 19.26 lakh police officers in India, 56,944 are deployed for the security of 20,828 VIPs, media reports quoting the data compiled by the Bureau of Police Research and Development said on Monday. As per the data Bihar has the highest number of VIPs being accorded protection. There are 3,200 VIPs who are being guarded by 6,248 police personnel. In West Bengal, 4,233 cops provide protection to 2,207 VIPs. The southern states are better. In Kerala there are 57 being protected by 214 cops. In Maharashtra 74 VIPs are being protected by 961 cops. In Delhi, there are 489 protected persons being guarded by 7,420 cop...
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J&K clears panel for HC judges
JAMMU, Sep 18: The chief minister’s office has cleared a panel comprising five names for their appointment as judges of the J&K High Court and sent the proposal to the Raj Bhavan for its approval. It added that the High Court collegium recently submitted the panel comprising four advocates and a senior judicial officer to the chief minister’s office. Those whose names were cleared by the CM’s office included Nazir Ahmad Beig, SA Makroo and Rashid Ali Dar from Kashmir and Wasim Nargal and Sindhu Sharma from Jammu....
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