06 September 2022 News

News Briefs for 06 September 2022

2 Hizb Militants Killed in Anantnag Encounter

Anantnag , September 06 : Two militants affiliated with Hizbul Mujahideen were killed in a gunfight that broke out between militants and security forces in Bijbehara area of south Kashmir, officials said on Tuesday. Police said that on specific input about the presence of militants, a joint team of police launched a search operation in Poshkreeri village of Bijbehara in Anantnag district. He said that as the joint team of forces intensified searches towards the suspected spot, the hiding militants fired upon the party, which retaliated, thus triggering an encounter.

35 kg IED recovered on Srinagar outskirts: Police

Srinagar , September 06 : The security forces Tuesday averted a major tragedy by detecting an IED weighing about 30-35 kgs in Khonmoh area of Srinagar and later destroyed it by bomb disposal squad, police said. A police spokesman said based on specific input regarding presence of terrorists in Khonmoh area of Srinagar, a joint cordon and search operation was launched by Police and 50RR in the area.

Extension of Central Laws established equitable system of Justice across J&K

SRINAGAR , September 06 : With the extension of 890 central laws, repeal of 205 state laws and modification of 129 laws after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, a system of equitable justice has been established across Jammu and Kashmir for all sections of people. The implementation of several path-breaking central legislations after the revocation of Article 370, like the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forests Rights) Act, 2007, the Scheduled Caste and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1954, among others, is bringing a new era of progress and development in Jammu and Kashmir. Under the guidance of the Prime Minister, Jammu and Kashmir is witnessing a new dawn.

No Doubts About Restoration Of Statehood: BJP

Srinagar , September 06 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tuesday said that those who were ruling for their families and employees are scared as the incumbent regime in the centre has ensured equal rights to every citizen of the country including Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a press conference here, BJP J&K Second Incharge, Ashish Sood, said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government has ensured equal rights to all the citizens. For the first time, tap water connection has been done in Srinagar and Ganderbal districts completely, gas cylinders have been provided to every household and other benefits have been given to the people without any discrimination.

Register as voters to defeat vested powers: Farooq tells people

Srinagar , September 06 : National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah on Monday urged the natives of Jammu and Kashmir to register themselves in the electoral rolls so the “powers” that intend to “import temporary voters to win seats” are defeated. He said the first assembly elections in J&K will not just be about electing a government or forming a ministry but protecting Jammu and Kashmir’s identity and dignity. “Allowing non-locals to vote in Jammu and Kashmir will be disastrous. The powers that are pitted against NC are so insecure about the support from genuine voters that they have to import temporary voters to win seats,” Abdullah said at a workers’ convention in Shopian.

SIA Conducts Multiple Raids Across Kashmir in a Militancy Case

Srinagar, September 06 , September 06 : (KNS) State Investigation Agency of Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday raided several locations across Kashmir in connection with militancy related case. In a statement issued to KNS, the SIA said that continuing to rein in the networks of militant outfits, State Investigation Agency, Kashmir today conducted searches at multiple locations spread across valley. House premises of suspects in Awantipora, Shopian, Pulwama, Anantnag and Baramulla were searched in connection with investigation of case FIR No.

BSF Says Pak Rangers Resorted To Unprovoked Firing In Arnia Sector

Srinagar , September 06 : Border Security Forces (BSF) on Tuesday said that there was “unprovoked firing by Pak rangers” on its patrol in Arnia sector in Jammu. In a brief statement issued here, the BSF said befitting reply was given to the firing by Pak rangers. “Today morning the alert BSF Jammu troops gave a befitting reply to the unprovoked firing by Pak rangers on BSF Patroling party in Arnia Sector,” a spokesperson of the paramilitary forces said in the statement to GNS.