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SRINAGAR: Srinagar district administration Friday demolished an illegal structure on State land here at Pantha Chowk on National Highway. The team involved in the demolition comprised officials from the Revenue and R&B departments assisted by officials from the Police. An FIR under number 89/18 dated 14-12-2018 was also registered at Police Station Pantha Chowk against the violator under section 447A of RPC in the matter.

The SHO concerned has been authorised to keep close watch and ward over the land in question and lodge the violators in jail in case of any further violations in the case. The administration has warned the general public against such violations and said that illegal encroachments on the State land anywhere in the district will be dealt sternly under relevant sections of the law.

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  • Stresses on providing foolproof security to passengers 

JAMMU: Divisional Commissioner, Sanjeev Verma today asked the police to ensure foolproof security for passengers availing chopper service.  Chairing a meeting of senior functionaries of tourism, service Provider Company, besides Deputy Commissioners of the districts availing Chopper service through video conference,   the Div Com took a thorough review of the procedure followed for the operation of sorties. 

The Div Com directed the DCs to verify sorties bill and also asked to submit report  to his office. He asked the DCs to conduct meetings with SSPs of their respective districts and develop full proof security protocols for passengers. The meeting was attended by Deputy Director Tourism, Subah Mehta, Jt. GM Capt. Asayshri, Cordinator PHL J&K, Mohd. Shafi, Base Manager PHL Kapil Khanna, DySP, Dalip Singh attended the meeting through video conference. Deputy Commissioners of Rajouri, Poonch, Doda, Kishtwar attended the meeting through video conference.

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  • Feroz Khan welcomes augmentation move

KARGIL: Chairman and Chief Executive Councillor, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmad Khan today welcomed the procurement of new state- of –art -snow clearance machines and said it will strengthen the snow clearance and rescue operations in the district. Appreciating the Mechanical Department Kargil for having procured new snow clearance machinery especially three Back Hoe Loaders and three Front End Loaders, the CEC said that the new machinery will augment snow clearance operations on the Kargil -Zanskar National Highway and other vital link roads in the Kargil district.

The machines have been procured at a cost of Rs 1 Crore 77 lakhs. Superintending Engineer, Mechanical Circle Ladakh Om Parkash besides engineers and staff members of Mechanical Department Kargil were present on the occasion. Feroz Khan also appreciated the efforts of the engineers, technicians, laborers and other concerned staff for their tireless efforts in the snow clearance works in the district especially on Kargil Srinagar and Kargil Zanskar Road.

The CEC assured the staff members particularly the casual staff that all their genuine demands including the payment of wages would be considered on priority and addressed appropriately in a phased manner. He said that the Hill Council is fully conscious of the issues of the casual workers working in different departments in the district and efforts will be made to redress them on priority adding that the issue has already been taken up with the Ladakh Affairs Department.