Crime update

The Tehsil Supply Officer was arrested by the Anti-Corruption Bureau in Srinagar on Wednesday. Meanwhile, an officer from the food, civil supplies, and consumer affairs department in the Rajouri district was caught accepting bribes.

Official sources said that the ACB apprehended Mohd Riaz, son of Hassan Mohd, a resident of Rehan A/P Gujjar Mandi Rajouri TSO food and supply Rajouri while accepting bribes.

They said that the officer has been taken into custody while further investigation has been taken up.

We all should jointly fight militancy. Ghulam Nabi Azad on
terror incidents in J&K.

Jammu, Oct. 11 (KIF): DPAP chairperson Ghulam Nabi Azad expressed concern over terror incidents in Jammu and Kashmir during the last one and a half years and called for a united fight.

The security situation has improved over the last five years. But for the past one and a half years,
Particularly in the Rajouri sector, incidents have taken place.

The incident in Kokernag, Kashmir, also took place. We are concerned about it,” he told reporters on
the sidelines of a meeting with several delegations here.

The Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) chairperson was replying to a question about the present
security situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

It appears to be militancy. Is again attempting to raise its head, Azad said and added that “we all, people of
J&K, the government, and politicians should jointly fight it out.

It is not solely the responsibility of the government, but all of us,” he said.

On the dharna by the main opposition parties in Jammu and Kashmir, including the National Conference,
the Congress, and the PDP on Tuesday for the restoration of democratic and constitutional rights in the
Union Territory, Azad said, “The leaders who had given the call (for the demonstration) were themselves.
absconding.

This shows their seriousness,” he said in an apparent reference to NC chief Farooq Abdullah and the PDP.
president Mehbooba Mufti, could not make it to the dharna on Tuesday.

Azad, who met several delegations, particularly of the Gujjar-Bakarwal community, said the government
should look into the issues facing this community and address their grievances.

Leave a Comment