Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha took the first jab of COVID-19 vaccine at Government Medical College and Hospital in Jammu on March 04. The second phase of vaccination against coronavirus began on March 01, which covers people above the age of 60 years and those above the age of 45 years with comorbidities.
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha hit out at the National Conference party over the Union Territory's delimitation exercise. The panel tasked with redrawing the erstwhile state's constituencies held its first meeting on February 18. While Jammu MPs attended the meet, NC MPs from Kashmir skipped, calling the J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019 unconstitutional. Sinha said that those who want Assembly elections in the UT at the earliest, must aid the delimitation exercise. Watch the full video for more.
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A batch of foreign envoys arrived in Srinagar on February 17 for a two-day visit to the Union Territory of JandK with aim to assess the on-ground situation. Srinagar Municipal Corporation Mayor Junaid Mattu said that the visiting dignitaries were apprised of the landmark elections of DDC and urban local bodies. On the meeting held, Mayor further informed that key issue discussed was decentralisation of power and planning, empowerment of the grassroots representatives."The key issue discussed was decentralisation of power and planning, empowerment of the grassroots representatives. I believe most important thing happening now is the empowerment of local elected representatives at grassroots level," said Mayor Junaid Mattu while speaking to ANI.
In an exclusive interview with ANI Editor Smita Prakash in the national capital, Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh spoke on the recently concluded District Development Council (DDC) polls in JandK...