4 hurt in road mishaps
Srinagar, Jan 23: Four persons were injured in separate road accidents across the Valley.A truck (JK01A-6650) hit and injured a boy, Shahnawaz Ahmad, 14, son of Muhammad Shafi of Waliwar Ganderbal near Watlar Bypass, Ganderbal.A sumo (JK05A-4329) hit another boy Sajad Rasool Dar,12, son of Ghulam Rasool of Bullgam near Bullgam Hygam Crossing, Baramulla .In another incident, a sumo (JK01G-8320) hit and critically injured Abdul Karim Bhat, 65, son of Ghulam Muhammad Bhat of Chandoosa near Potkhah Crossing, Baramulla Another sumo (JK10-1250) hit and injured Abdul Ahad Dar, 60, son of Muhammad Jamal Dar of Turkpora Handwara at Lachipora, Handwara.
CRPF holds seminar
Srinagar, Jan 23: CRPF’s 115 battalion in association with an NGO Human Care Foundation organised a seminar “Health Scenario in Kashmir.” According to CRPF communiqué, eminent doctors, social workers and prominent citizens deliberated at length on the topic. The speakers stressed the need for importing state-of-the-art equipments and appreciated the role of doctors for developing providing quality healthcare to the people in Valley. Head 115 Bn, Vinay Negi said HCF was working for the upliftment of downtrodden. DIG CRP, Sham Chand was the guest of honor.
Qayoom Jan elected president MEU
Srinagar, Jan 23: The members of Municipal Employees Union Srinagar Municipal Corporation have elected Abdul Qayoom Jan as their new president.Abdul Qayoom Jan defeated his rival Nazir Ahmad Khan by 140 votes. Qayoom bagged 480 votes while Khan managed 340 votes. After winning, Qayoom thanked the employees and assured them that their pending demands would be taken up with the concerned for immediate redressal.Large number of employees participated in the polls which were held in free and fair manner.
Traffic to ply from Jammu today
Srinagar, Jan 23: Officials on Sunday said that Srinagar-Jammu highway would remain open for one way traffic on Monday and vehicles from Jammu would be allowed to move towards Srinagar. “The decision to allow traffic for second consecutive day from Jammu has been taken to allow trucks carrying essential commodities to enter into the Valley,” the Senior Superintendent of Police Traffic Rural G M Wadoo told Greater Kashmir.
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