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Conservator of Forests conducts DPC of MTS officials in South Forest Circle

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The Departmental Promotion Committee of South Forest Circle cleared the promotions of a number of MTS employees from different cadres to next level. The DPC meeting was held under the chairmanship of Irfan Ali Shah,IFS Conservator of Forests, Kashmir South Forest Circle.

Also Read: Asst labour commissioner presents cheque worth Rs 1.2 crore to DC Ganderbal for disbursement under assistance scheme

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The meeting was attended by all the Committee Members comprising of Waseem Gul, DFO Kulgam, Dr. Mehrajjudin Sheikh, DFO Lidder, Mohd Ayoub Sheikh, DFO Shopian, Mohd Ramzan Mir, DFO Anantnag, Waseem Farooq, DFO Awantipora, Mohd Maqbool Bhat, Administrative Officer O/o of CCF Kashmir, Mohd Arshad Jan, Under Secretary to Govt. J&K Forest, Ecology and Environment), Ishrat Jahan, Head Assistant, Allaiezada Jan Mohd, Senior Assistant, Tariq Ahmad, Junior Assistant.

During the DPC, MTS employees of different cadres belonging to District Anantnag and District Shopian were considered and cleared for promotion by the next higher level by the Committee. The CF South Forest Circle further assured the employees that the next DPC will be held soon.

The employees thanked the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and head of Forest Force J&K Sh Roshan Jaggi,IFS and Sh T Rabi Kumar , IFS , Additional PCCF , Kashmir for their support to employee welfare measures including the present DPC.

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04 rustlers held in Ganderbal, stolen sheep worth lacs recovered: Police

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Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday said to have solved a burglary case by arresting 04 rustlers and recovered 16 stolen sheep from their possession in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district.

Also Read: Two baramulla residents impersonating as police officers arrested from a hotel in Jammu

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In a statement issued to Asian News Hub (ANH) a police spokesman said on 22/09/2023, Police Station Lar received a written complaint from Mohammad Iqbal Thekri son of Makhan Thekri resident of Kathua A/P Yangoora Lar stating therein that few days ago, during the night hours some unknown thieves barged into his cowshed and had stolen 16 Sheep worth lacs.

Accordingly, a case vide FIR No. 55/2023 under relevant sections of law was registered at PS Lar and investigation was initiated.

He said, during the course of investigation, a team was constituted under the supervision of DySP Hqrs Ganderbal led by SHO PS Lar, on the directions of SSP Ganderbal Nikhil Borkar. After strenuous efforts, the Police team apprehended four persons identified as Mudasir Ahmad Dar son of Gh Rasool Dar resident of Ari Goripora Kangan, Shabir Ahmad Mir son of Ab Khaliq Mir resident of Ari Goripora Kangan, Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir son of Ab Rashid Mir resident of Ari Goripora Kangan and Riyaz Ahmad Damiyal son of Mohd Shafi Damiyal resident of Gund Aku.

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During questioning, they admitted their involvement in the commission of crime. On their disclosure, stolen 16 sheep were recovered. The accused persons have been shifted to Police Station where they remain in custody, he said.

The locals of the area have hailed and appreciated the efforts of Police for swift action in solving the theft case within the shortest possible time. General Public is requested to co-operate with J&K Police & share inputs of crime so that effective measures will be taken well on time, the spokesman added.

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Two baramulla residents impersonating as police officers arrested from a hotel in Jammu

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Two individuals hailing from north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, who were impersonating as police officers, have been arrested in Jammu on Tuesday.

Also Read: Girl dies after being hit by dumper in Awantipora

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Quoting sources news agency KS reported that two fake cops were apprehended at a hotel in Jammu following a complaint from the hotel owner.

The individuals have been identified as Kaisar Jeelani, and Mohammad Tanveer, both residents of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

Both the individuals had been previously arrested for their involvement in illegal activities in Kashmir division, sources added.

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Meanwhile a police officer also confirmed to news agency about this development and said a case has been registered and further investigating has been initiated.

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Girl dies after being hit by dumper in Awantipora

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A minor girl died after she was hit by a dumper in Reshipora area of Awantipora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Tuesday.

An official told that the girl (10) identified as Areeba Arshad was hit by dumper, resulting in injuries to her.

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He said that soon after the incident she was shifted to hospital, however, she succumbed to injuries.

The official said that a case has been registered, while driver was arrested and vehicle has also been seized. KNO

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