J&K Cabinet approves Preventive Detention Laws Ordinance- 2018
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 24: Jammu and Kashmir cabinet that met here on Tuesday under the chairpersonship of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti approved the Jammu and Kashmir (Preventive Detention laws) Ordinance, 2018. According to the decision the Ordinance would provide the government a wider choice of retired eligible persons who could be considered for selection/ appointment as chairmen and members of the advisory boards under the legislations.
Special Cell addresses issues of Kashmiri Migrants
NEW DELHI, Apr 24: The Special Cell for migrants has kick started issuance of Permanent Resident Certificates for Kashmiri Migrants in Delhi. This step has been reinitiated after a gap of 2 years and the Cell is receiving overwhelming response from the migrant community. So far, more than 100 applicants have approached the Special Cell for issuance of PRC’s which would start on 25th of April, 2018.
This special cell has also asked Kashmiri Migrants from other cities of the country to approach this office for mitigation of their issues. The issuance of registration cards of family members has also been taken up with the Government of NCT of Delhi. Various representatives of Kashmiri Migrants have appreciated the efforts of the J&K Government especially Chief Minister for taking such initiative keeping in view the hardships faced by the Migrant Community.
Tulip garden to close for public from April 26
GJ Report
SRINAGAR, Apr 24: Director Floriculture MathooraMasoom today informed that since the tulip bloom is almost over, Tulip garden Srinagar shall close for the general public from April 26, 2018.
Boy arrested for positing objectionable content on social media in Rajouri
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 24: A boy was arrested for allegedly posting objectionable content on the social media in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir. “A local boy has been arrested for an alleged sensitive Facebook post which hurt the sentiments of a particular community,” police here said. They said that the boy had shared a photograph on his Facebook profile, which contained some objectionable remarks thus hurting the sentiments of a particular community. “Taking strong note, a case was registered under FIR 203/2018 and section 153-A,” police said adding that accused identified as Sanjeev Kumar alias Sonu, resident of Siot, Rajouri was taken into custody. “We have appealed to all the sections of the society not to make an issue between two communities as the wrong act of an individual has been taken note of and legal action initiated,” Yugal Manhas, SSP Rajouri said.