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BJP organized “Samarpan Diwas” on 3150 booths across the state

 

 

 

Jammu, Feb 11: Remembering contributions of Late Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhayay in service to the Nation, on his death anniversary, Bharatiya Janata Party, Jammu & Kashmir today organized “Samarpan Diwas” programmes

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Provide all infrastructural and staff facilities within Ranbir Library or face wrath of public anger – Chib

 

 

 

 

Jammu,Feb 11: Shanker Singh Chib, State Secretary JKNPP today showed agony over the dilapidated condition of Ranbir Singh Library which has been established by Maharaja Ranbir Singh in 1879. Such crumbling position of library is due to the constant neglect and apathy of the successive governments from

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ECI must announce early Assembly Elections in J&K: Harsh

Jammu Feb 11:  While the recent Elections to urban local bodies as well as Panchayats were held in the most peaceful manner in J&K state, it was bizarre to note the Election Commission announcing to review the security scenario before taking any decision about the

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“Inqalaab zindabaad” echoes across Surankote.

 

 

 

 

(Poonch), Feb 11:  Independent People’s Party President Aqib Shah has started the Lok-Sabha campaign from his home-town Surankote.Over 200 people joined IPP and around 150 volunteered themselves for the Lok-Sabha campaign in a “joining session” held at Surankote.Maulana Syed Abid Jafri, an Islamic scholar, educationist and social-activist hailing from Surankote was appointed as District Spokesperson of IPP in Poonch.Abid Jafri is currently heading Al-Mustafa Public School as Principal and Madrasa Madina-tul-ilm as its Chairman.The appointment was made directly by IPP President Aqib Shah while exercising his presidential powers as per the party’s constitution and in consultation with District President Choudhary Riyaaz Siddique and other members of the district cadre.Maulana Abid has also been unanimously nominated as member of the party’s State Working Committee.While addressing the media, IPP President said, we have started the campaign from Poonch.I’ll head off to Rajouri as and when I’m done with Poonch and we’ll campaign at  Jammu and Samba in the last leg before elections, he added.He was accompanied by IPP Assembly President(Surankote) Mahir Ali and other members of the district cadre.Shah also disclosed that the party will soon launch its election manifesto for Jammu-Poonch Lok-Sabha and an intense struggle for getting “Rajouri-Poonch” and “Jammu-Samba” declared as respective Lok-Sabha constituencies will be on top of the list.Aqib Shah also congratulated the inhabitants of Ladakh region for getting “division status” while terming it as an “electoral gimmick” ahead of Lok-Sabha elections.Peer-Panchaal region and Chenab belt equally qualify to be given a similar status and IPP will fight it out for the same, he added.Jammu has been cornered and betrayed yet again and the time is ripe for a mass-agitation in this regard, he said.Our manifesto will elaborate at length on all critical issues pertaining to Jammu region, he stated.

 

 

 

 

 

31st Police Public Mela PWWA organises Healthy Baby show / Painting Competition at Gulshan Ground, Jammu

JAMMU, FEBRUARY 09:  As a part of 31st Police Public Mela a Healthy Baby Competition and painting competition was organized by J&K Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA) at SDRF 2nd Bn. Gulshan Ground, here today. 

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