03 September 2022 News

News Briefs for 03 September 2022

Electoral Roll Revision:CEO To Hold Meeting With Political Parties On Mon

Srinagar , September 03 : 00 PM, an official in the CEOs office told a local news agency KNO. Pradesh Congress Committee president Vikar Rasool said that they will participate in the meeting. BJPs general secretary (organization) Ashok Koul confirmed that they have been invited for the meeting.

Arrested Pak militant under treatment in Army hospital dies: Police

Jammu , September 03 : A Pakistani militant Tabarak Hussain who was captured by army August 21 at Line of Control in Jhangar Sector of Naushera Rajouri died at a hospital here, officials said on Saturday. They said Hussain succumbed to the injuries this evening at a army hospital where he was under treatment. SSP Rajouri Mohammad Aslam confirmed Hussians death to GNS.

Azad to hold maiden public rally in Jammu today

Jammu , September 03 : Ghulam Nabi Azad, who recently broke his five-decade-long association with the Congress, will begin his fresh political journey Sunday from Jammu where he would set up the first unit of his own party. All preparations have been completed for Azad’s first public rally in Jammu, a close aide of the former chief minister said on the eve of the public meeting. Azad would be accorded a grand reception on his arrival from Delhi Sunday morning, and a procession would accompany him to the venue of the public meeting at the Sainik Colony, former minister G M Saroori said.

Ready To Get United With Anyone For Statehood Restoration: Altaf Bukhari

Blames , September 03 : Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party President and former Minster Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Saturday said that he is ready to unite with anyone for the restoration of statehood in Jammu and Kashmir He further admitted that Article 370 is gone forever and no government here can bring it back and said that the political parties including PAGD are deceiving people here by saying that they are fighting for the restoration of Article 370. "We will bring back statehood in J&K for which we have to show solidarity and fight for it," he said, adding that he is ready to unite with anyone to fight this battle. In an exclusive interview with the Kashmir News Service (KNS), the Apni Party Chief said that after the abrogation of Article 370, apni party was formed for three main objectives which include restoration of statehood, Jobs and security of the land here and the party has already achieved two goals and now only goal of statehood remains.

Kashmir to get GI registration of 5 more Crafts

Srinagar , September 03 : Taking the GI of Kashmir Handicrafts to the next level, the Director Handicrafts & Handloom Kashmir on Saturday held a detailed discussion with the authorities of Intellectual Property India; Patents, Designs, Trademarks, Geographical Indications, Chennai to speed up the process of GI registration of five crafts viz., Kashmir Namda, Wagguv, Shikara, Gabba and Kashmir Willow Bat. The dossier for registration of these crafts has already been submitted to the Intellectual Property India, Chennai which is the apex level organization for the registration and better protection of geographical indications relating to goods in India. The Assistant Registrar of Trade Marks & GI and Examiner of Trade Marks & GI who were representing Intellectual Property India, Chennai assured that the GI shall be conferred to these five crafts very soon.

Man working as Pak agent arrested in Kishtwar: Police

Srinagar , September 03 : Jammu and Kashmir Police along with security forces on Saturday arrested a man working as agent for Pakistan based intelligence agency in Kishtwar district. A Police spokesman said, "On a joint input generated by Kishtwar Police,11 RR and MI, Kishtwar Police along with 11RR arrested one person namely Abdul Wahid S/o Mohd Ibrahim caste Gujjar R/o Chergi Dool working as agent for Pak based intelligence agency. "The said person provides secret information of various Police establishment & security forces to 3 Pak Based Handler through various social media platforms," he said.