JAMMU (PTK)..Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Mr Zulfkar Ali informed the House that government is providing 309623.35 Mts and 224692.20 Mts ration PHH and NPHH respectively to all districts of the State. He further informed that as per the records available there 238420 rationees under AAY, 1428563 under PHH and 1053726 under NPHH. Replying to a question by Legislator Sat Paul.
Jammu(PTK).Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat today informed the Legislative Assembly that 11 posts of doctors and 48 posts of para-medics are presently vacant in various health institutions falling in Gulabgarh constituency. “All these posts have been referred to the concerned recruitment agencies for filling, and as soon as the selection is made the same shall be filled up.
Jammu, January, 22(PTK):-While raising supplementaries in his question regarding power curtailments etc, M.Y.Tarigami, CPI(M) MLA said that the government has failed to fix the responsibility of the officials responsible for missing the most important document related to MOU signed with NHPC. Despite repeated assurances on the floor of the House, the successive.
Jammu Jan 21(PTK) :::: Peoples Democratic Party Youth Wing on Monday started online Youth membership drive in the Jammu province of the state Jammu and Kashmir. During first phase it was started in Kashmir Province earlier and now has been initiated in Jammu province in second phase . Meanwhile the development took place after refurbishing the youth wing. PDP Youth President.
Srinagar, Jan 22(PTK): Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Monday said that government run hospitals in Kashmir valley lack vital equipment like Fibroscan, DEXA scan and endoscopic ultrasound.
“Patients suffer immensely due to non-availability of these essential diagnostic tools,” said DAK President Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a communique.
He said patients are referred to private centres.
Suspected militants on Monday lobbed a grenade at an army vehicle in Pampore area of Pulwama district. Reports said that the grenade was lobbed at the army vehicle in Drangbal area, resulting in injuries to a civilian and damage to several vehicles. The injured was shifted to a hospital for treatment. His identity was not immediately known. An official said that the area was cordoned off by the government.
Srinagar: As soon as Proceedings of the house on Monday started the opposition members and ruling PDP MLA Sonawar stood up from their seats and raised the issues. Congress Legislator G M Saroori informed the house that the relatives of Kathua minor girl who were protesting against the murder of the eight-year-old girl in Hiranagar area of Kathua district were beaten by forces.
Srinagar: A load carrier bearing choices number rammed into an electronic shop at Pattan. A person namely Ali Muhammed Khanday S/O Abdul Ahad R/O Zangam Pattan who was outside the shop died on Spot. The driver of the vehicle fled the spot while as his vehicle has been seized by the police. Police registered a case and started an investigation. (PTK)
JAMMU, JANUARY 21(PTK): Speaker Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Kavinder Gupta today laid foundation stone of two Sulabh Toilet Complexes at Zorawar Singh Chowk and Channi Himmat to be constructed and maintained by Sulabh International Social Service Organization, J&K Branch with the support of Jammu Municipal Corporation. Speaking on the occasion, Kavinder Gupta said that the toilet complexes.
PTK NEWS DESK GANDERBAL, JANUARY 20:- Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, Dr. Piyush Singla has withdrawn all the sanctions/permissions issued so far for soil extraction/excavation/transportation activity with immediate effect from all parts of the district following the misuse of the sanctions. The DDC asked the all the concerned to approach his office with an original copy of permission for its revalidation.