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Ready to fight elections,wont play politics on 370,35A ,my focus on development

Gowhar Maqbool

 

Hajin: Come what may, we will fight the coming elections tooth and nail,” these remarks were made by the senior Congress leader Imtiyaz Parray in Bandipora during a workshop at the Muncipal committee office in Hajin.

 

Parray said that he will “not make Article 370 and 35A as a central agenda to fight these elections but that his “focus will be development of my constituency.”

 

Parray while talking to media persons said the the agenda for today’s meeting was to “discuss the future course the party to strengthen it at grassroot levels.”

 

 

“No doubt we lost some part of our constituency in the recent held delimitation process, but that doesn’t mean I will stop fighting for the election,” Parray said.

 

 

He said all the previous leaders have ignored this constituency and that he was given an opportunity he “will try to serve the people of my constituency to the best of my capabilities.”

 

He said, “the earlier elected leaders have been fighting elections on India-Pakistan agenda and that I will not play any politics on 370, 35 A and neither on the name of India or Pakistan.”

 

Pary said he had been Indian all his life and that the politicians have been changing their language for the fear of agencies and now the Article 370 and 35A.

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An event was conducted in the Seminar Hall of SSM College of Engineering under the title “Achievers Insight” in collaboration with Kashmir wake up, wherein experts in the field of administration gave insight into the matters relevant to career development of students.

Welcoming the visiting resource persons/officers Prof. (Dr.) N.A. Shah, Registrar expressed the hope that sharing of the experience by the resource persons shall broaden the vision of our students.

The resource persons who spoke on the occasion included Mr. Shakeel Maqbool, IAS (Allied Services) Deputy Commissioner Recovery, State Taxes, Mr. Shahnawaz Bukhari, JKAS Assistant Commissioner State Taxes Enforcement North Kashmir, Dr. Mantasha Binti Rashid JKAS Fulbright Scholar in Gender and Policy Research Scholar from University of Westminster, London (Secretary SDA), Mr. Tahir Wani JKAS, State Tax Officer Enforcement Central Kashmir, Mr. Waheed JKAS State Tax Officer, Kashmir.

The resource persons spoke about various aspects of career development and steps to be taken for shaping up of careers in engineering/other fields including civil services. They shared their experiences to achieve the targets of shaping of a bright career in the field of their interest.

On this occasion besides student’s faculty members, HODs and senior
functionaries of the College were present.

The resource persons praised the efforts of college management in providing quality education to the students and expressed their gratitude for providing them a platform to share their views.
At the end of the session Dr. Sajad Hussain Din, Principal of the College presented a vote of thanks to the visiting officers and expressed hope that students will be encouraged by the views of the experts on the issue of career development. Lastly mementos were presented to the various resource persons.

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Tuesday 14 June 2022 marked the fourth anniversary of his killing, senior journalists and colleagues paid tribute to him.

“Shujat Bukhari was a noble soul who never compromised on the principles of Journalism. His demise has created a void in the fields of journalism and literature, which is very difficult to be filled,” said Editor JK Revolution.

The JK Revolution Editor-in-Chief highlighted the role played by Shujaat and also appreciated his work in the field of journalism. He said Shujaat was instrumental in promoting competitive journalism in J&K.

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Jammu:-Prominent persons of Janipur near Neelam public school lane no 7, under the leadership of Siddarth Zutta Youth President Jammu today brought into the knowledge of Vivek Bali State Secretary JDU about the scarcity of regular supply of pure drinking water in the Janipur and with the result the residents are facing huge problems on this count. He said that life has become quite difficult for them in this tough time without this basic need of life and has also appealed for providing regular supply of water in the Janipur.

 

Mr Bali in a statement issued today has said that problem listed by the residents about the scarcity of usual drinking water in Janipur near Neelam public school lane no 7. Janipur is quite genuine and deserves immediate attention for resolving this pertinent ssue.

 

Mr.Bali has assured them that he will take up the matter with concerned forthwith and has fervently appealed District administration and Chief Engineer PHE Jammu to take immediate necessary measures for ensuring regular supply of pure drinking water that is looming large in order to provide solace to the people living there as this is the basic need of human life that needs to be understood. The water has not come from the last 7 days. PHE workers came for survey but they couldn’t do anything. In view of the scorching heat, it is imperial that the things should escalate. Chief Engineer PHE Jammu needs to take the issue on priority basis.

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A meeting of Alumni Association of SSM College of Engineering Parihaspora Pattan was held on 4th June 2022 in the College campus. Besides prominent members of Association, student members also participated in the event.

The inaugural function of event was held at Open Air Theater (OAT) of the Institution and it was attended by the Dr. Qazi Shabir Ahmad Chairman, Mrs. Dilafrose Qazi Vice-Chairperson, Prof. Barkhat Hussain Former Principal REC Srinagar, Dr. Sajad Hussain Din Principal, Prof. (Dr.) N.A. Shah Registrar, Er. SSA Rufai Principal SSMPTC, Sh. Adil Rashid Naqash Chief Administrative Officer, Heads of the Departments and College Alumni Association Office Bearer’s/members.

On this occasion Vice-Chairperson thanked the Alumni present for taking keen interest in the event and expressed hope that College Alumni will continue to play a positive role in further progression of the College.

Prof. (Dr.) N.A. Shah, Registrar who also happens to be President of the Association presented the keynote address and highlighted the importance of effective Alumni Association in the Institution.
Addressing the gathering some prominent Alumni including Er. Irfan Reshi and Er. Muzammil Rafiqui of Civil Engineering, Er. Gazi Suhaib and Er. Qazi Junaid of Mechanical Engineering, Er. Munshi Majid and Er. Sheikh Ibaad of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Ms. Nafeesa and Adil Hafiz of MBA Department complimented the college authorities/teaching staff for playing effective role in shaping their career. They assured the College Management and participants present on the occasion that they will continue to play their role in further progression of the College particularly they complemented the Management for creating huge infrastructure facilities for overall betterment in imparting technical/professional education to the students.

Prof (Dr.) Barkat Hussain Former Principal Regional Engineering College Srinagar who was Guest of Honour on the occasion spoke about three vital aspects of Integrity, Efficiency and Intelligence, their interrelation/impact on overall behavior of an individual.
The Alumni also engaged and interacted with students of the college, shared their experience and prospects in their respective/relevant field.
At the conclusion of the event some cultural items were also presented in the honour of Alumni.
Lastly Vice-Chairperson of the College thanked all the Alumni and other participants for making Alumni meet a successful event.

 

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The concluding event was attended by Mr. Manzoor Ahmad Wangnoo Head of Nigeen Lake Conservation Organisation, Mr GN Var President Private Schools United Front, Dr Kundangar environmentalist, Dr M.A Shah HOD PG Physics NIT Srinagar, Mr Mehrajudin Malik Regional Director Department of Social Forestry, Mr Arshid Ahmad Lala DFO Baramulla, Dr Barkat Hussain. Various schools like SRM welkin, Model School, Baramulla Public School, St Joseph’s School and Bilayala School participated in the activities highlighting the importance of environmental protection.

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Domestic violence laws are frequently used to harass the spouse or any other family member claiming under him, ensuring that he caves to the unlawful demands of the so-called victim rather than vice versa. Unfortunately, there have been a number of examples where Section 498A has been utilised primarily as a tool for blackmailing. It is often abused as a weapon for exacting retribution on whole families because under this clause, police can arrest anybody named as a tormentor in a married woman’s complaint, as ‘cruelty’ in marriages has been declared a non-bailable offence. Following that, bail under such circumstances is refused as a basic right.

 

As a result, many times, elderly parents and other relatives are wrongly accused of physically and emotionally tormenting the so-called victim, producing unnecessary tension that may result in bad health for the elderly parents and physical and mental pain for the accused’s family members.The protection of women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (DV Act) was enacted to protect women from violence and not to harass the spouse or aggravate marital dischord.

written by iram bhat

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The Nanga Panchayat is facing worst ever power crisis for the past few years while the people from the Nanga panchayat Ramgarh have been forced to face the brunt of about unscheduled power cuts during these scorching hot summer days.

One of the members from the panchayat told to Vivek Bali that “I can’t recall the last time when we had to do without electricity for seven days in a row. Power intervals are so brief that washing machines can’t complete their runs. Even the battery of a mobile phone doesn’t get fully charged when it is plugged in for the whole night. It is a pathetic situation,”
The promise of 24×7 electricity supply with the Smart Metering has been dashed to the ground as the areas where these meters have been stalled, are also facing the same crisis in panchayat. The situation has gone from bad to worse with in just few years as the UT Administration has failed to manage the crisis and provide some relief to the consumers. Bali appealed to LG to solve this problems on priority.

Many people expressed their will to join the party and some of the prominent leaders who have joined are Jarnail Singh, Baljeet Singh, Jatinder Singh, Sukhdeev singh, Jagdeep Singh, Gurmeet Singh, Kallu, Punit Singh, Sahil Kumar, Lucky kumar, Anku Sharma, punkit

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Mankirt Aulakh has now demanded Punjab Police to increase his security cover following the threats he received from the Davinder Bambiha gang after recent gruesome murder of famous Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala. Davinder Bambiha gang on Monday alleged that Punjabi singer Mankirt Aulakh is involved in the death of Sidhu Moose Wala. The gang also alleged that Mankirt Aulakh extorts money from all the singers in the Punjabi music industry. Aulakh has now demanded Punjab Police to increase his security cover.

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