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Strict action against rumour-mongers on SRO 64 regularization
Jammu, May 15 (Scoop News)- Taking cognizance of the rumours regarding the regularization of daily rated workers under SRO-64, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir clarified that no policy decision has been taken in this regard. Earlier, the Government refuted a fake letter that was circulated over various social media platforms. It was conveyed that the mala fide actions intend to hoodwink people and strictest action will be taken against the perpetrators under the provisions of IPC and Information Technology Act, 2000. ...

JK Gases supplying 1200 Oxygen Cylinders daily to hospitals
Srinagar, May 15 (Scoop News)- While Jammu & Kashmir Government has augmented capacity of oxygen production at different hospitals on war footing; Private Industrial Sector is also lending support to Government in its fight against Covid crisis with the production of Oxygen in their industrial Units. One such unit, JK Gases, situated at Old Airport Rangreth, Srinagar has come forward to fight against oxygen scarcity and is assisting the government since the emergence of second Covid wave which has forced public and private sector to mobilize their resources for tackling and mitigating the pandemic effect and save precious lives. According to the Incharge JK Gases, Javid Ahmad the Oxygen...

ADGP Jammu reviews the functioning of district Police Rajouri
Jammu, May 15 (Scoop News)- Addl. Director General of Police Jammu Zone, Shri Mukesh Singh-IPS visited district Rajouri this morning reviewed the functioning of district Police ,he took stock of preparedness and measures to contain the spread of 2nd wave of Corona Virus . He also took stock of preventive measures being taken for the police personnel deployed at sensitive places. He was accompanied by DIG of Police Poonch –Rajouri Range Shri Vivek Gupta-IPS . During his visit the Addl. DG Jammu held meeting with senior Police officers and reviewed the functioning of district police . Addl. DG Jammu appreciated the role of Police for working day and night. Specially appreciated t...

Over Rs 70 Lakh provided as financial assistance to registered workers in district Samba
Samba, May 15 (Scoop News)- District Administration Samba has disbursed Rs 70.34 lakh through DBT mode among the registered construction workers as covid relief for the month of May, 2021. The financial assistance was provided to the eligible workers under the scheme of J&K Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board, (JKBoCW). Deputy Commissioner, Anuradha Gupta, said that Rs 1000 was credited for the month of May in the account of each registered worker to help them amid the covid 19 pandemic and overcome the problems faced due to restrictions imposed for breaking the chain of transmission. The DC said that 7034 workers of the district registered with JKBoCW have been benef...

173 patients screened at Triage Centre SKIMS-JVC Bemina
We ensure all possible help to patients at the centre: Dr. Basharat
Srinagar, May 15 (Scoop News)- As many as 173 including 166 covid-19 positive patients have been screened so far at Triage Centre SKIMS-JVC Medical College, Bemina. Sharing details, Nodal Officer Triage Centre SKIMS-JVC Bemina, Dr. Basharat said that 22 patients have been screened in the past 24 hours alone, while as the centre has been functioning smoothly, conducting screening, admissions and referrals of patients. He said that a team of doctors and paramedics assess patients at the centre, which is a first arrival point for patients where they remain under proper observation of doctors and go under screening for health check-up before their referral, if needed, to a tertiary care ho...

DSEJ condoles demise of 3 Teachers
Jammu, May 14 (Scoop News)- Three more teachers, Mr. Mohammad Arshad, Mrs. Sushma Chib and Mr. Parveen Kumar, have lost their lives over the last two days. Expressing profound grief over their death, Dr. Ravi Shankar Sharma, Director School Education Jammu, on behalf of the entire teaching community and officials of Directorate of School Education Jammu, prayed for the peace to the deceased souls. Mr. Parveen Kumar was posted as Teacher at GMS Chinore while Mrs Sushma Chib was posted at Government Higher Secondary School Jhiri. Mr. Arshad was posted as Teacher at High School Gurdhan Bala, Rajouri. Dr. Ravi Shankar Sharma expressed solidarity and his deepest sympathies with the grief ...

Covid warriors of Batote taking on Covid through proper precautions, positive thinking
Ramban, May 14 (Scoop News)-As the phone rings continuously, Dr. Puneet Singh is constantly taking the calls of home isolated patients at the busy Community Health Centre (CHC), Batote. CHC Batote being the only health facility catering to the entire population of Batote in present times of pandemic has thrown tremendous pressure on the doctors. Dr. Puneet's family is in Jammu so the hospital has virtually transformed into his makeshift home with duties starting from as early as 8 a.m. in the morning to sometimes past midnight. “Away from my parents, grand-parents, siblings and being continuously under work pressure, one does not even have the solace of offering prayers”, says Dr. Pune...

Samba admin starts distribution of free ration under PM-GKAY
1.58 lakh eligible rationees being benefited in the district: DC
Samba, May 14 (Scoop News)- District Samba has started distributing food grains under Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Ann Yogana (PM-GKAY), which is aimed at providing free additional 5 kg food grain per month to beneficiaries covered under National Food Security Act over and above their monthly entitlement for two months, May and June, the Deputy Commissioner, Samba, Anuradha Gupta said on Friday. The DC also said that under the PM-GKAY scheme 1.58 lakh beneficiaries will be benefited in the district through 125 government sale depots. While elaborating on the steps taken by Department of Food Civil Supplies & Consumer Affair, Assistant Director Mukhter Ahmed, said there are 41 thousan...

“Doctor Speaks” Consultant Microbiology GMC stresses on extra caution
Jammu, May 14 (Scoop News)- ‘The Covid virus variant from the second wave is more transmissive and more fatal than the previous one. If we do not stop its chain of transmission, nothing can stop the virus from mutating further and producing deadlier variants’. The warning comes from Consultant Microbiology, Government Medical College Jammu, Dr Sandeep Dogra, who says that the variant is more virulent and more fatal. Dr Sandeep said that while the first wave mostly affected the middle aged, the old and the sick, the second wave is targeting to all age groups and is more transmissive on the whole. He says that the second wave has reached far into the rural areas of the country unlike the f...

DC Srinagar visits SMHS hospital
Inspects ongoing civil works for installation of oxygen plants
Srinagar, May 14 (Scoop News)- The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad today visited SMHS Hospital to inspect the ongoing civil works being carried out for installation of two new oxygen plants in the hospital. He also took stock of the patient care facilities being provided to Covid-19 positive patients. While inspecting the pace of ongoing works for the plants, the DC was informed that Civil works are almost done for installation of new machinery for oxygen plants. The DC directed the concerned to speed up the pace of work for early commissioning of the new oxygen plants to further strengthen the oxygen support system at SMHS hospital. During the visit, the DC in...

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