News Briefs for 24 January 2022
Good Governance Concept Incomplete Without Popular Govt: YaseenSrinagar 23 Jan: Maintaining that the concept of good governance is incomplete in absence of a popular Government, chairman People's Democratic Front (PDF) Hakeem Yaseen has vociferously called for holding Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, without further delay. He said before boosting of District Good Governance Index (DGGI) and development for J&K, the Government should restore fundamental and constitutional rights of the people and ensure freedom of press and expression.
If security scenario is improved in J&K then why delay in restoration of statehood : Vakil asked GoISrinagar January 23 Jan: (KNS)
Senior vice-president Peoples Conference (PC) and former minister Abdul
Gani Vakil reacting on Home Minister Amit Shahs claims about so called
rapid development, creation of employment opportunities and improvement
in security scenario totally false and have nothing to do with the
reality but only exists in statements and papers.He said however over
two years down the line promises made by the central government after
abrogation of article 370 proved to be a mirage and claims hoax. Instead
winning the hearts of people of J&K, the central government demoted
the erstwhile state in two Union territories thereby humiliated the
people of J&K. Mr Vakil asked Home Minister what is his definition of Normalcy that
he makes it a condition to grant statehood .
LG Sinha to preside over Republic Day function at Jammu, Advisor Bhatnagar at SrinagarSrinagar 23 Jan: The government on Sunday said that the Lieutenant Governor
Manoj Sinha will preside over the main Republic Day function at Jammu
while Advisor to the LG, R R Bhatnagar will preside over the main
function at Srinagar. According to a communique by the General Administration Department,
District Development Council (DDC) chairpersons will preside over the
Republic Day functions at their respective district headquarters. Lieutenant Governor shall preside over the function and take salute on
the main Republic Day function at the MA Stadium, Jammu.
Tight Security Arrangements Made Ahead Of Jan 26 In KashmirSrinagar 23 Jan: Tight security arrangements have been made ahead of January 26 celebrations in the valley and additional troops have been deployed at sensitive areas, officials said. Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole told Rising Kashmir that all arrangements have been finalized for the January 26 celebrations in Kashmir. We have finalized all arrangements from top to bottom level including venues, security, and other things, he said.