Monday, October 23, 2017
 
 Kashmir News
Police arrests 4 trouble mongers in Srinagar
Srinagar, October 23, (Scoop News)-In its ensuing action against trouble mongers, Police Station Soura arrested 04 miscreants involved in inciting law & order problem. These miscreants are from Soura , Lal Bazar and Zakura areas. In the garb of braid chopping chaos, these trouble mongers, incite mob and were also involved in creating disturbances in the area. Case FIR No 86/2017 under sections 147,148,149,336,307,427 RPC was registered against them at Police Station Soura. On their disclosure, more trouble mongers have been identified and they will be shortly arrested. Police has again requested general public not to pay heed to rumours spread by rumour mongers. Strict action will b...

Braid chopper:Hamza colony inhabitants shown best example of maturity and humanity
Srinagar, October 23, (Scoop News)-Police Station Soura received a call from one person namely Sheikh Mohammed Ashraf of Hamza Colony Ahmed Nager Soura who informed that young unknown boy was roaming in the area of Hamza Colony whom people suspect braid chopper and he along with other people kept him in safe custody Police team headed by SHO Soura rushed on spot and took the suspected boy in custody and during preliminary enquiry the boy revealed his name as Tariq Ahmed Sheroo son of Mohammed Yousf Sheroo resident of Kapran Verinag Anantnag. After thorough investigation in the matter it came to fore that the said boy along with other boys are working as a labourers with one painter na...

Rumours of Braid Chopping at Bohrikadal
Srinagar, October 22, (Scoop News)-One alleged braid chopping incident at Bohrikadal has been doing rounds since the morning which turned out to be a prank played by some miscreants to create the law & order problem. Some miscreants blocked road near Bohrikadal and started pelting stones on police party. They were alleging that braid chopping has occurred in the localily. Police dispersed the mob and tried to ascertain the facts regarding the incident. Few elders of the locality on conditions of anonymity revealed to police that no braid chopping took place and the incident seems to be a part of the conspiracy hatched by some miscreants to breach the of law and order. An FIR has ...

Medicos team from GMC Srinagar visits Kulgam
Interacts with braid chopping victims
Kulgam, October 22, (Scoop News)-A team of 5 doctors from the Government Medical College, Srinagar today visited the District Hospital, Kulgam to interact with the braid chopping victims. The team interacted with 18 victims, out of the 38 reported incidents in the district. The purpose of the visit was to provide psychiatric counseling to the victims so that they can be taken out of the post-trauma stress disorder at an earliest. Meanwhile, the doctors advised the families of the victims to console them so that they are able to lead a normal life. They also advised the attendants to engage the victims in other chores so that they can recuperate in shortest possible tim...

CM grieved over Gurez fire incident
Directs admn to provide relief to affected on war footing basis
Srinagar, October 22, (Scoop News)-Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has expressed grief over the massive fire incident in Kilshey village of Gurez area of Bandipora district in which about 68 structures, including 35 residential houses, 10 non-residential houses, 10 cowsheds, one Masjid, Government School and ICDS Office building were gutted in the wee hours of Saturday. Mehbooba Mufti has directed the Bandipore district administration to provide all facilities of shelter and assistance to the people affected by the blaze on war footing basis in view of the coming winter. ...

JKPSC rebuts media reports regarding postponement of CSE Mains-2016
Srinagar, October 22, (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) today said that the Combined Civil Services Examination (CSE) Mains-2016 will be held from 7 November 2017 as per the schedule already announced by the Commission. Refuting media reports that JKPSC is considering postponement of the exam, a spokesman of the Commission said there is no such proposal under consideration, as it will only lead to the wastage of precious time of the students and disruption of the whole selection process. The spokesman further said that JKPSC is working out a fixed calendar for conducting Combined Civil Services Examination in future to ensure time-bound selection. The C...

JKYDF observes “Black Day” to mark Tribal Invasion
Srinagar, October 22, (Scoop News)-In the fall of 1947,the people of Jammu and Kashmir witnessed many events, the “tribal invasion” was one of the most tragic. It was an earth shattering event. This single event turned the course of history in the Indian sub-continent.It was a deep wound which is still bleeding.It becomes fresh and painful when some an intellectual in Kashmir tries to deny or distort this event. There could have been two reasons for the denial or distortion of these events one, lack of knowledge of these historical events, and two, intellectual dishonesty. Theses events ,n...

3 persons involved in thrashing of innocents in Nishat arrested
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)-On the evening of 6th of October local resident of Akhoon Mohalla Ishber Nishat captured two persons accusing them of being braid choppers. They were beaten and thrashed severely by the locals. However, as the police got to know about the incident, a police team promptly rushed to the spot and took custody of the ‘captured persons’. They were however let off after proper investigation and medical treatment. One of them Sameer Ahmad Khan son of Noor Mohammad Khan residen of Ahmad Nagar runs a boutique at Gojwara Srinagar under the banner of “Silayee Ghar”. He, along with his friend Tahir Ahmad Beigh son of Ghulam Qadir Beigh resident of Gojwar...

Anantnag police traced out a missing teenager
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)- one person namely Ghulam Mohd Bhat son of Abdul Gaffar Bhat resident of Deharna Mantpora approached to Police Station Dooru along with a written report in which he stated that his nephew namely Aadil Salam Bhat aged about 14 years old, a student at Darul-uloom at Malhora was missing since 14/10/2017 . On this information missing report was lodged in DD of Police Station Dooru and search of boy under the supervision of SSP Anantnag was set into motion . After strenuous efforts of Anantnag police the missing youth was recovered today from Jammu and after completion of all legal formulities, the missing youth was handed over to his parents. ...

Mirwaiz condoles sad demise of Haji GR Zaroo
expresses solidarity with bereaved family members
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)-APHC leader, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, expressed his heartfelt condolences on the demise of a prominent businessman of the valley, Haji Ghulam Rasool Zaroo, and prayed to Almighty God for eternal peace for the departed soul. Mirwaiz said Zaroo family has a long association with the Mirwaiz family and they always supported the religious, social and educational programmes of the Miwaizeen. He said that late Ghulam Rasool Zaroo was a close associate of Mirwaiz Molvi Mohammed Farooq and played an important role in establishing and strengthening Anjuman-e-Auqaf Jamia Masjid APHC leader termed the demise of late Gh.Rasool Zaroo as a personal loss to...

UJC subjects Musa to a volley of allegations, accuses him to be responsible for reintroducing ‘Ikhwan’ in Valley
Srinagar. October 21, (Scoop News)-Accused him of being a proxy of Indian secret agencies by United Jihad Council (UJC), Zakir Musa, of late, has been subjected to a volley of allegations by pro Pakistan insurgent groups operating from across the border. Musa, a diehard Islamist, acknowledged to fight for an Islamist cause in the Muslim majority Kashmir and disowned fighting for a secular valley. In a series of audio cassettes and widely circulated on both electronic and social media, Musa claimed immense support for setting up of a true Islamic state (Caliphate). He also threatened the Kashmir based separatist leadership of serious ramifications if they didn’t change th...

18 accused arrested on charges of assault on Army men in Sheeri, Baramulla.
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)-On 18th of October, 2017 at about 1130 hours Police Station Sheeri received an information that a violent unruly mob have caught hold of three Territorial Army men assaulting them mercilessly with an intention to kill them. Thereafter Police Party from Police Station Sheeri rushed on spot and after strenuous efforts rescued the Army men in injured condition who were given immediate medical treatment. A case FIR No. 48 of 2017 under sections of 307, 148, 149 RPC was registered in Police Station Sheeri. During investigation it surfaced that the three Territorial Army men were on board a passenger vehicle to withdraw money from ATM in Sheeri market and get...

PDP BJP government has failed on all fronts: NC
Protests against government’s failure in containing braid chopping incidents
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)- National Conference on Saturday took out a massive protest rally against the PDP BJP government’s continuous failures in catching the culprits behind braid chopping incidents. The protest rally led by party general Secretary Haji Ali Mohammad Sagar marched out from party headquarters Nawa-e-Subah today. The rally was intercepted by police near SK Park and was not allowed to move towards city center Lal Chowk. Addressing the workers the General Secretary said, “The government is in complete knowhow of who the real culprits are but still they continue to maintain silence on this conspiracy. Its they who have to ensure protection of our mothers, sisters ...

Govt. ows an explanation as why it has failed in checking the menace of Braid Chopping: Tarigami
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)- “Cutting of Women’s plaits and putting them to disrespect is the latest unfortunate situation, the people of Kashmir are facing. This mysterious perplexing and sudden development has generated wide spread panic and has disturbed the social and economic activities in the valley. Fear psychosis prevails in all the habitations and the already fragile peace is at the receiving end. The residents of the affected localities catch hold of any stranger including tourists and try to lynch them. One such person has already lost life and several are under treatment in various hospitals. Movement of women, especially of girls has been restricted and their att...

Army organizes a Mountain Terrain Cycle Rally from Manasbal to Srinagar
Srinagar, October 21, (Scoop News)- The Army at Bandipora organized a Mountain Terrain Cycle Rally from Manasbal to Srinagar on 21 Oct 2017 which comprised 24 young boys of Bandipora District. The Rally was flagged off by 5 Sector RR Commander and was flagged in at Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Centre (SKICC), Srinagar at 2 PM on the same day by his excellency Mr NN Vohra,Governor of J & K covering a total distance of 55 Km. The aim of the rally was to channelise the impressionable minds of Kashmir towards constructive engagement through adventure activities thus strengthening the bond between Army and AWAM. As the members of the rally had to pedal their way past mountainous ter...

Continuous siege of Jamia Masjid tragic :Sagar
PDP BJP government has failed on all fronts: Nasir
Srinagar, October 20, (Scoop News)-National Conference General Secretary Haji Ali Mohammad Sagar on Friday castigated PDP BJP government for barring Friday prayers in the historic Jamia Masjid Srinagar for four consecutive weeks. In a statement issued from party headquarters, the NC General Secretary said, “Stopping people from praying at Jamia Masjid has been the only ‘achievement’ of this government so far. Last year they broke all records by putting the historic masjid under continuous lockdown for 40 Fridays consecutively. Unfortunately the same practice is still going on.” N...

APHC denounces alleged blocking of Mirwaiz to address Friday congregation at Charar e Sharief
Srinagar, October 20, (Scoop News)-APHC spokesman took a dig at the government for once again disallowing the congregational prayers on Friday and turning entire downtown into a fortress. The spokesman said that confining the entire downtown population to their homes and placing entire resistance leadership under house detention and lodging many others in police lock ups as the ill mind set and short sightedness of the ruling class. The spokesman said that Mirwaiz was scheduled to address a Friday gathering at Charar-e-Sharief and pay obeisance at the revered shrine of Hazrat Sh...

Governor, Chief Minister condole Saifi Sopori’s demise
Srinagar, October 20, (Scoop News)- Governor N.N. Vohra has expressed grief over the sad demise of Sh. Saifi Sopori who was an eminent man of letters and a noted poet and educationist who was widely respected for his learning and high values. In a message, Governor prayed for peace to the departed soul and wished bereaved family the strength to bear the sad loss. Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has condoled the demise of noted educationist and prominent intellectual, Peer Saifuddin Saifi, popularly known as Saifi Sopori, who passed away last evening at Sopore. In her condolence message, Mehbooba Mufti described late Saifi sahib as one of the great educational administrators of his tim...

Braid chopping: Committee constituted to probe incidents in Ganderbal
Ganderbal , October 20, (Scoop News)-Additional Deputy Commissioner, Ganderbal, Syed Shahnawaz Bukhari today convened meeting to take note of the braid chopping incidents in District Ganderbal. He constituted District Level Committee under his Chairmanship with Additional Superintendent of Police Ganderbal, Assistant Commissioner Development, Chief Medical Officer Ganderbal, and District Social Welfare Officer Ganderbal as members to monitor the braid chopping cases and for tight vigil in the District. Bukhari directed the officers to constitute Tehsil Level Committees comprising of Tehsildar concerned, SHO concerned and Tehsil Social Welfare Officer for post traumatic counseling of the...

Braid Chopping: Naeem Akhtar urges people to desist from 'collective frenzied behaviour'
Bone-chilling Sopore incident calls for urgent introspection
Srinagar, October 20, (Scoop News)-Minister for Public Works Naeem Akhtar today cautioned people against demonstrating collective frenzied behaviour in the wake of the mass hysteria around braid-chopping. Expressing his anguish at the latest incident in which a mentally challenged person was wickedly assaulted in Sopore by accusing him to be a braid chopper, the Minister said whether braid chopping is real or hysterical, physical or psychological, one thing has become clear, "We as a people are the worst posters of what we claim to be - Kashmiris. Neither Kashmir's ethos nor the teachings of the religion of Islam that we claim to be following, allows, much less recommend the kind of brut...

CI officials prepare a plan to neutralize top rebel leaders
initiates decisive action against them
Srinagar, October 20, (Scoop News)-In order to demoralize the terrorist cadres, Counter Insurgency (CI) officials here have prepared a list of top anti India armed rebels to be neutralized before the onset of winter this year, well informed sources said. “We have prepared a list of all top rebel leaders and their movement is under constant gaze of the security forces. It is a matter of time now,” they said adding that “security forces have already initiated operations to hunt down these anti national elements.” The sources said the motive behind it is to make replacements difficult at top level and also restrict the inflow of fresh recruits to these terror outfits in future...

9 gamblers arrested in Srinagar
Srinagar, October 20, (Scoop News)-Srinagar police arrested nine gamblers and seized stake money of Rs 5,820 from the gambling spot. Acting on a tip off, Police party of Police Station Soura led by SHO Shri Mohammad Latief under the supervision of SDPO Hazratbal raided a gambling site at Ellahi Bagh Rangpora and arrested nine gamblers identified as Ab Hamid Dar son of Haji Gh Rasool Dar resident of Ellahibagh 90 Feet Road, Mukhtiyar Ahmad Shiekh son of Ab Ahad Wani resident of Beerwah presently residing at Ahmad Nagar Chekh, Shabir Ahmad Kawa son of Ab Samad Kawa resident of Rangpora Near Green Valley School, Mustafa Ashraf son of Mohd Ashraf Najar resident of Ellahi Bagh, Shakeel ...

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