After a period of one month, the snow clearing operation has been completed at Mughal Road in Jammu and Kashmir. The Mughal Road was closed due to heavy snowfall on Pir Panjal Range. The vehicular movement was affected due to heavy snow and locals faced a lot of trouble in commuting. A local hailed the progress and hopes for the restoration of vehicular movement as soon as possible.
The Pir Panjal Range of Jammu and Kashmir received heavy snowfall. The snow clearance operation is underway on Mughal Road as the area has been closed following heavy spell of snow. The vehicular movement has been affected due to heavy snow.
The snow clearance operation is underway on Mughal Road in JandK's Rajouri district. Heavy machinery such as JCB is being used by the local authorities to clear snow in the region. The Mughal Road connects south Kashmir's Shopian district to Rajouri and Poonch districts.
Asclepius Wellness Foundation in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district took the initiative to 'feed the needy' for free of cost food outside a district hospital during the holy month of Ramadan. Attendants hailing from far flung area face challenge to open their 'roza.' Amid pandemic, the district is under complete lockdown and only essential services are exempted. The collaboration on a daily basis distributes 500 food packets.
Three terrorists were killed during an encounter with security forces in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir on May 6. The security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Kanigam area of the South Kashmir district during the night following information about the presence of terrorists. An official said as the presence of four newly recruited terrorists of Al-Badr outfit got ascertained, the security forces exercised maximum restraint and tried their best to persuade them to surrender. The terrorists turned down the offer to surrender and opened fire. However, one terrorist identified as Tausif Ahmad surrendered. Watch the full video for more.
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The second wave of COVID has ravaged the country and the cases are continuously increasing in Jammu and Kashmir as well. Amid the devastation, DRDO in association with JandK administration started construction of 500-bedded COVID hospital in Budgam. All beds will be supported with supply of medical oxygen. There will be 125 fully-equipped ICU beds for COVID patients and 50-double room accommodation facility for doctors and paramedics staff. Locals appreciated this step of govt and extended full support towards it.
Three terrorists were killed in an encounter, which broke out between security forces and terrorists, in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir on May 05. One newly recruited terrorist namely, Tausif Ahmad surrendered. Search operation is underway.
Three terrorists affiliated with terror outfit Al-Badre were killed by the security forces in an encounter in the Hadipora area of Shopian district in Jammu and Kashmir on April 11. Security forces cordoned off the area and the search operations are underway. Police and security forces made sincere efforts to take surrender of newly recruited terrorist.
Two terrorists were killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Tral on April 09. Encounter between security forces and terrorist is underway in Tral's Nowbugh area. More details are awaited. At the same time, another encounter is underway in Shopian district where 5 unidentified terrorists have been neutralised.
An encounter broke out in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district on April 03. Encounter between security forces and terrorists took place in a forest area of Peer Ki Gali area of district. More details are awaited.
Amid increase in the demand for medical oxygen, the JandK administration has set up a small oxygen plant in Poonch district hospital. The health authorities have full arrangements of more than 200 oxygen cylinders. The administration has small oxygen plant to provide oxygen supply in the COVID-19 wards on priority basis. Today country is reeling under the medical oxygen crisis. There are over 20,000 active COVID cases in Jammu and Kashmir.