CET Paper Leak Tarigami slams Govt
Srinagar, July 4: Expressing surprise over the government’s “causal approach” vis-à-vis Common Entrance Test paper leakage, the CPI (M) State Secretary M Y Tarigami has said weeks have passed and authorities are yet to come out with facts behind awful incident having a huge impact on thousands of students across the state.
In a statement Tarigami while expressing concern over the leakage of question papers in the CET conducted by Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) demanded a thorough probe into functioning of the Institution.He said an impartial probe would fix the responsibility and as such lead to punishment to the culprits. Tarigami said leakage of question papers have exposed the integrity of the transparent institutions of the state like BOPEE.
JKVHA hails Health Commissioner
Srinagar, July 4: Executive Director J&K Voluntary Health Association A.M.Mir has hailed Commissioner/Secretary to Government Health and Medical Education Shaleen Kabra for issuing instructions to Food Safety Officers and Health Officers for seizing Gutka products, which has been banned by the Government.
Mir in a statement complimented Kabra and hoped that the drive would continue on a sustained basis.
Pertinently, on the instructions of Health Commissioner, huge quantity of banned Gutka products were seized and destroyed in all districts. The shopkeepers have been warned not to sell Gutka, which is a banned product and unsuitable to consumption, as it causes cancer.
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