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ADGP Armed J&K Promotes 250 Officials
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 25: Additional DGP Armed J&K, A K Choudhary today issued promotion orders of 250 officials of J&K Armed Police in different ranks including SI, ASI, HC and SgCt.
As per order No.334 of 2018 dated 24.04.2018 issued from Armed Police Headquarters J&K, 69 Assistant Sub-Inspectors (ASIs) have been brought on the promotion list “E” and promoted to the rank Sub-Inspectors (SIs). Similarly, vide APHQ order No355/2018 dated 25.04.2018, out of 72 Head Constables (HCs) brought on list “D” 60 HCs have been promoted to the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspectors (ASIs).Further, vide APHQ order No.356/2018 dated 25.04.2018, out of 100 SgCts brought on promotion list “C” 10 SgCts have been promoted to the rank of HCs. Besides, as per order No.335 of 2018 dated 24.04.2018 issued from Armed Police Headquarter J&K 09 Constables have been brought on list “A” and promoted to the rank of SgCts. The promotion orders of above said officials of J&K Armed Police have been issued after the departmental promotion committee declared them eligible for their promotion to the next rank.
The ADGP Armed while complimenting the efforts of members of Departmental Promotion Committee appreciated the meticulous planning and dedication put in by his Staff Officer M Y Kichloo SSP and team of officers/ officials of APHQ for speedy collection, scrutiny of records and preparation of service data of the officials enabling the DPC to finalize the promotion process of 250 officers/ officials smoothly in a shortest possible time.
The Departmental Promotion Committee under the chairmanship of A.K Choudhary-IPS ADGP Armed J&K comprised of Aftab Ahmad Kakroo SSP AIG(P) PHQ J&K, Rajneesh Pran Commandant JKAP-14th Bn., Shiv Kumar Commandant IRP-19th Bn., Altaf Hussain Khan Commandant IRP-11th Bn, Nissar Ahmad Khan Dy.CO IRP-17th Bn., Mohammad Shafi Rather Chief Prosecuting Officer APHQ J&K, Mushtaq Ahmad Wani DySP (Personnel) APHQ J&K and Abdul Wahid I/C AAO APHQ J&K. The ADGP Armed congratulated the promoted officers and extended his warm greetings to them and their families. He expressed the hope that the promoted officials will continue to work with the same zeal and zest and discharge their legitimate duties honestly and professionally, upholding the sanctity of public Service.
Challenges may increase but we have to keep professional skills in tandem with modernization: CRPF
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 25: A senior CRPF officer on Wednesday said that challenges may increase for the forces in days to come but professional skills must have to be kept in tandem with modernisation.
“Challenge in the future for security forces may increase for which we have to keep up our professional skills in tandem with modernization,” VSK Kaumudi ADG, CRPF J&K Zone said while interacting with jawans of 84 Bn at Chatha here on city outskirts. The ADG interacted with the Officers and Jawans and appreciated their role in maintaining Law and Order in J&K despite adverse conditions and challenges. He assured the personnel that work for providing better infrastructure is going on in the force at a rapid pace and its results are visible in the ground. He also encouraged them to exhibit dedication and bravery in the service of nation. During the visit, he also inaugurated new functional Quarter Guard building in 84 Bn CRPF campus in the august presence of AV Chauhan IG CRPF Jammu Sector, SLC Khup DIG CRPF Hiranagar Range and Officers and Jawans of 84 Bn CRPF. The event was organized under the close supervision of BP Yadav Commandant 84 Bn CRPF.
On-spot registration for Amarnath pilgrims in Jammu
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 25: Four on-the-spot registration facilities will be set for pilgrims aspiring to undertake the pilgrimage to the cave shrine of Amarnath in South Kashmir Himalayas beginning June 28.
“On-spot registration facility during the Yatra period will be available at four places at Jammu”, Chief Executive Officer Shri Amarnath Shrine Board, Umang Narula said today.
He said these facilities will be set up at Vaishnavi Dham, Saraswati Dham, Jammu Haat and Geeta Bhawan-Ram Mandir. The 60-day long annual yatra to the shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas will commence on June 28 and the yatra will be longer by 20 days this year.Yatra will culminate on Raksha Bandhan day on August 26. Over one lakh pilgrims have already been registered so far across various registration centres across the country and advance online booking of helicopter tickets for the Amarnath pilgrimage will commence on April 27. He apprised that advance registration of pilgrims has already started through various branches of the Punjab National Bank, the J&K Bank and YES Bank across the country. Narula stressed the need for all agencies concerned to enforce sustained close watch and maintain effective co-ordination to ensure smooth conduct of yatra.