June 2022 News

News Briefs for 27 June 2022

Cong, NC Losing Base Everywhere: Jugal

Rajouri 26 Jun: Jugal Kishore Sharma, Member of Parliament Lok Sabha from Jammu -Poonch Parliamentary Constituency on his three days extensive tour to districts of Rajouri and Poonch today visited far flung villages Metka, Ghaibass, Narla, Chak Mathyani, Thandapani of Sunderbani Kalakote constituency and held series of public meetings there.

Locals Take Responsibility Of Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra With Reverence: PM

New Delhi 26 Jun: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made special mention of Shri Amarnath Ji yatra in South Kashmir Himalayas, Lord Jagannath in Puri, Pandharpur in Maharashtra and Sabarimala in South saying the local people of Jammu and Kashmir take the responsibility of this pilgrimage. In his monthly 'Mann Ki Baat' Radio Address, Modi also praised Kashmiri cyclist Adil Altaf for bringing laurels to Jammu and Kashmir as well as his family after struggling hard to achieve historical success by winning gold in 70 kilometres cycling.

A Day After Exchanging Fire, Militants Escape Cordon

Srinagar 26 Jun: Militants reportedly managed to give a slip to counter insurgent forces after initial exchange of fire which took place on Saturday evening in Shirmal area of South Kashmir's Shopian district. Quoting a top police officer news agency GNS reported that after initial exchange of fire between militants and security forces, there was no further contact with the militants.

Palhallan has been victim of politics since decades: Altaf Bukhari

Mohsin Khan Pattan 26 June (KNS) 26 Jun: Apni party president, Altaf Bukhari on Sunday said that Palhallan has been a victim of politics, but time has come that the people of the area stoop up for their rights. Addressing a massive gathering in Palhallan Eidgah, Bukhari said that he has never thought that people of Palhallan will welcome his party with such huge enthusiasm. He said that this was a historic political rally in the area after many years as earlier, Palhallan as called as bastion of stone pelting.

Progressing J&K: J&K Govt makes exceptional arrangements for 43-day-long Amarnathji Yatra scheduled from June 30

SRINAGAR 26 Jun: The 43-day-long Amarnathji pilgrimage, being held after a gap of two years, is scheduled to commence on June 30 with excellent and exemplary arrangements put in place by J&K Government. The government is committed to provide the best facilities for Yatris. Improvements have been made in the arrangements as compared to previous years.

Should prepare for two-front threat from China & Pakistan: IAF chief

New Delhi 26 Jun: India should comprehend the situation along its unsettled western and northern borders as a two-front contingency and prepare for it accordingly, Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari said on Sunday, referring to the possible challenge from a collusive military threat from China and Pakistan. In an exclusive interview to PTI, the Chief of Air Staff said India could be attacked on all fronts, starting from military standoffs to information manipulation and blackouts in the future and its security doctrines and capabilities will have to cater to such possibilities. To a specific question on whether Russian aggression against Ukraine could encourage China to take more aggressive posturing along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), he said the effect of global events and geopolitical developments on Indias engagement with Beijing are being assessed continually across wide-ranging domains at all levels.

Suspended 'flamboyant' Cop To Take Plunge In Kashmir Electoral Politics

Jammu 26 Jun: After serving the Police department for over 22 long years, Basant Rath, a 50 year old 'flamboyant' suspended IPS officer of 2000 batch, Sunday announced his decision to 'permanently' hang his uniform before taking a plunge in the electoral politics of Kashmir.