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Gang of Rohingya Muslims Selling Minor Girls in Jammu Busted

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A Rohingya Muslim gang which brought minor girls from Myanmar to sell them off in Jammu has made startling revelations during police investigation.
The gang arrives every Friday with the girls after the weekly namaz where they search for their buyers. They have sold many girls in remote districts of Ramban and Kishtwar in J&K state.
Resident of Mallik Market, Narwal, gang leader Noor Gul Ameen, son of Akbar Ali who has now been caught by the police told that he brought the girls from Myanmar to Bharat in the name of getting them jobs. After that he sent them to different locations in the country. Jammu has become a big market of human trafficking for Rohingyas.
Minor girls from Myanmar are firstly brought to the capital New Delhi. Afterwards, they are sent off to Jammu. The girls are sold at merely forty to fifty thousand rupees. Toyba Ghulam Nabi, a Kashmiri woman caught by the police in relation to the case has given vital information to the police. Being a mother of a child, police hasn’t arrested her but is monitoring her activities. Two absconders in the case who are residents of Kashmir have been taken into custody. Help of Delhi police was taken by the police for arresting Kareni Talab, Narwal resident Mohammad Abbas, and Hyderabad resident Mohammad Ayyub.
The rescued Myanmarese minor girls have been handed over to an NGO by the police. NGO’s name has not been revealed for security reasons.
Security threat posed by illegal Rohingya immigrants living in India, and their involvement in various crimes, has been consistently raised by many commentators such as Prof. Hari Om. As per official estimates, some 40,000-50,000 Rohingyas are believed to be living in India, including nearly 7,000-8,000 in the Jammu region. But natives in Jammu believe the Rohingya population is actually larger.

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MVD Conducts Inspection of Vehicles, Seized 09 Vehicles

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Bandipora, 11 May: Assistant Regional Transport officer (ARTO) Bandipora Mukhtar Ahmad Sofi along with Inspector Mohammad Younis and Inspector Ab Hameed conducted checking of vehicles on various route of Bandipora and recovered fine from the traffic violators, which included use of pressure horns, driving vehicles without requisite documents and not wearing helmets.
During checking at Bandipora and adjoining areas, ARTO Bandipora seized 09 vehicles and recovered fine from violators of traffic rules.
While talking to this reporter, ARTO Bandipora said that the checking was conducted on the directions of Transport Commissioner Kashmir that the checking of vehicles would continue. The inspection team also informed the people about their duties towards observing traffic norms and road safety rules while traveling and said that it was the prime duty of the commuters to raise their voice against  overloading and use of mobile phones by the drivers at the time of driving. ARTO warned the drivers of passenger vehicles to strictly adhere to the traffic rules to avoid any action from the department.

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AMT School Bandipora functioning without Staff;Students Suffer badly

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(Nusoo) Bandipora May 03 :
Bandipora Health Sector already in news for its wrong deeds from last 09 months is showing no signs of any improvement in any sphere of its Administrative units. Be it hospital management, availability of Medicine,Doctors and para medical staff is at receiving end.

The only and the first professional institute here in North kashmir’s Bandipora district which started functioning from January 2017 had 43 students enrolled for 03 different paramedical courses who were selected merit basis. The only facility which the institute posses now is its infrastructure and non teaching staff deputed from district hospital bandipora while lacking the most important teaching staff and head of the institution.

Pathetic part of the presently is that despite the dearth of teaching staff, institute provided admission to another batch of 40 number of students selected for current session i.e 2018-19, dectemating the future of already suffering of batch 1st candidates.

Block Medical Officer Bandipora claims that he has the additional charge of Principal AMT School and visits the institute once a month. Students say that BMO only visits the institute for his personal matters and acts very casualy. They further say that he never pays any heed towards the demands of suffering students and has been paying deaf ear to their genuine demands, students at AMT school said.

“Whenever we complained to BMO about the dearth of teaching staff he directs them to visit hospital for clinical practices leaving all codal formalities aside,” a student wishing anonimity said.

“Patients also feel inconvenience because of presence of students roaming in hospital sections without having any clue of clinical practices,” an attendent lamented.

Students claim that they attend the institute regularly, but are being taught by “volunteers and one staff member of district hospital for few days in a week”.

Students while narrating their ordeal shared that “if they will not attend the institute, the time is not far when the institute will be locked and the district will be deprived from this basic facility:.

When this reporter contact Principal AMT school Dr Syed Rehman he told, that “government has not yet created posts for the said institute, then question arises what was the fun to start new batch 2018-19 of 40 students if they were aware that they have already destroy the future of students 2017-18 batch”.

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29TH ROAD SAFETY WEEK CONCLUDED IN BANDIPORA

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Bandipora,30 April 2018: To spread awareness among general public about the road safety measures and traffic rules, a Road Safety Week which kick started last week concluded here today at mini secretrait Bandipora of this North Kashmir’s District.

The theme of this year’s Road Safety Week was “Sadak Suraksha Jeevan Raksha”

”The conclusion programme was organised at Mini Secretrait Bandipora where District Development Bandipora Khursheed Ahmad Sanie and Senior Superintendent Bandipora Zulfikar Azad in presence of Inspector’s Motor Vehicle department, Dysp Headquarter, Dysp DAR, Deputy Chief Education Officer Bandipora, District Sicial Welfare Officer, District Nodal Officer ISM Bandipor besides other Motor Vehicle Department officials distributed certificates and trophies among drivers and other personalities who participated in this road safety week.

Speaking On the occasion District Development Commissioner Bandipora said that it is the moral responsibility of every individual to spread message of road safety and hazardous effects of aggressive driving.

He said that road safety week started last week has concluded.

It was organised with the aim of following traffic rules and safe driving.

Meanwhile, correspondent Suhail Rather was also been felicitated during the ceremony.

Hailing the work of Reporter for highlighting such programmes District Development Commissioner Bandipora and Inspector MVD thanked and extended overwhelming greetings for his career.

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