JAMMU, DEC 17(PTK): The selection list of the candidates selected for the post of constable in the J&K Police was released today. 4956 candidates from the districts of the State have been selected through Transparent Recruitment Process (TRP). The written test of 27844 candidates for the post of Constable was held on 8thOctober, 2017 in 61 examination centres across the State. .
SRINAGAR | DEC 17 (PTK): The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League (JKPL), Mukhtar Ahmad Waza has said, the people of Kashmir have paid precious sacrifices for cause of freedom from Indian bondage. Waza Said this while addressing and meeting different Public delegations along with PL Senior Leader Engineer Fayaz Ahmad in South Kashmir’s Tral area of Pulwama which.
“It has become a habit to attack teachers by police, administration in Kashmir” Srinagar, Dec 17(PTK): Private Schools Association of J&K (PSAJK) has strongly condemned the assault on a government teacher by SDM Anantnag and his clerks and sought a strong punishment against the guilty officer so as to make it a deterrent for the future. The Association termed the assault on a teacher.
Srinagar Dec 17(PTK)., The J&K Pradesh Congress Committee(JKPCC) expressed deep sorrow over the killing of a Sumo Driver Asif Iqbal Bhat who lost his life due to firing during an ambush laid by the Army at Thandipora Village and described the incident as very unornate and shocking. In a Statement issued today, the Congress Spokesperson while condemning the killing of Sumo Driver expressed deep.
Srinagar Dec 17(PTK): Expressing deep shock and grief over the killing of Sumo Driver Asif Iqbal in Kupwara, CPI(M) leader and MLA Kulgam has said that such incidents could have been avoided if the security forces would have exercised maximum restraint. In a statement issued here today, he said that the law enforcing agencies are refusing to draw lessons from previous such experiences and warned.
Urges Govt to ensure justice to victim SRINAGAR DEC 17 (PTK): The J&K Pradesh Congress Committee(JKPCC) expressed deep sorrow over the killing of a Sumo Driver Asif Iqbal Bhat who lost his life due to firing during an ambush laid by the Army at Thandipora Village and described the incident as very unornate and shocking. In a Statement.
Kupwara 17 DeC(PTK).: Breaking strict restrictions hundreds joined a protest march against killing of innocent Sumo driver Asif Ali at Kralpora Kupwara today seeking immediate arrest of the Army Officer involved in the shameless incident. Led by AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed amid tight restrictions march started from main chowk Kralpora and travelled a distance of four kilometers. Men women.
Srinagar, Dec 17(PTK):In reference to the incident occurred at Kupwara in which one civilian identified as Asif Iqbal Bhat son of Mohammad Iqbal resident of Thandipora was killed at Thandipora in the jurisdiction of Police Station Kralpora. Kupwara police has lodged an FIR in Police Station Kralpora and investigation has been started. Police and civil administration will provide all.
Srinagar, Dec 17 (PTK): A sumo driver was killed allegedly by army soldiers during an ambush laid by them after receiving information about the movement of militants in Kralpora area of Kupwara district in north Kashmir. Police ssaid that army had laid an ambush at Thandipora village of Kralpora in Kupwara after they had received an input about the movement of militants. (PTK)
JAIPUR DECEMBER 16: Marking its presence in India Travel Mart at Rajasthan, J&K Tourism department participated in the mart which was inaugurated by Director Tourism Jammu, Smita Sethi along with Assistant Director Tourism Rupali Mahajan at B. M Birla Auditorium, Jaipur in the presence of Khalid Khan, President Rajasthan Association of Tour Operators (RATO), Mahender Singh, Secretary (RATO), Mr.