Sacrifice of CRPF jawans killed in terror attack will not go in vain: J&K LG
Monday, 5 October 2020 () In his message, the lieutenant governor said the government is determined and committed to foil the designs of those who want to disrupt peace and derail the development of Jammu and Kashmir through such a terror attack. "The sacrifices of our CRPF personnel will not go in vain. I assure the people of Jammu and Kashmir and family members of our brave security personnel that we will punish the perpetrators of such terror attacks," Sinha said.
The wreath laying ceremony of two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel held in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar on October 6. Jawans lost their lives in a terrorist attack in Pampore on October 5. Terrorist had fired upon road opening party (ROP) of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) near...
Terrorists on Sunday lobbed grenade at security forces in Tral of Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. An assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of CRPF suffered injuries in the grenade explosion. Police informed that the explosion caused minor injuries to ASI Asim Ali. Police added that the injured CRPF personnel was shifted to Tral hospital. The area has been cordoned off and a hunt has been launched to nab attackers.
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Terrorists lobbed grenade at security forces in Tral of Pulwama district in J-K on Oct 18. 1 CRPF jawan suffered minor splinter injury in his lower abdomen and was taken to district hospital. He is reported to be stable. The area is cordoned off and search is on.
Jammu and Kashmir tourism department organized two-day (17 and 18 OCT) autumn festival in Pahalgam. The main objective of festival is to revive the tourism sector in town which was badly affected due to COVID-19. The festival included an exhibition of village crafts, tapestry of cottage, craft and handicraft. About 20 stalls displaying traditional art, craft and ethnic cuisine were set up at the Pahalgam Club. The festival was inaugurated by the advisor to Lieutenant Governor. A three hour cultural programme was also organised.
Border Security Force (BSF) held second round of recruitment process in form of written test on Oct 18 for the post of constable in BSF and CISF for youth from 22 districts of J-K and Ladakh. Thousands Kashmiri youth participated in the recruitment drive in Budgam. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing norm was followed at the test center. After physical test, 5,151 male and 438 female candidates were found fit to appear for the written test today.