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Man injured in road accident Srinagar, Apr 6: One person was injured in a road accident in Kupwara last evening. According to a statement issued to KNS, a motorcycle bearing Chassis number MD 625MF19D3H88560 hit and injured a pedestrian Ghulam Ahmed Chopan son of Mohammad Jamal resident of Pazipora at Byepass Road Kupwara. The injured was shifted to SMHS Hospital for treatment. Kupwara Police has registered a case in this regard. (KNS)

3 structures damaged in fire Srinagar, Apr 6: Three structures were damaged in two separate fire incidents across the valley. According to a statement issued to KNS, fire broke out from three storied building belonging to Mohammad Amin Taka son of Abdul Aziz Taka resident of Nowpora, Srinagar, resulting in damage to the building and a shop of Nazir Ahmad Wani son of Mohammad Sultan resident of Nowpora. Fire was brought under control with the help of fire tenders Police. Meanwhile, Fire broke out in the residential house of Mushtaq Ahmed Khanyari son of Ghulam Mohammad Khanyari resident of Palpora Noor Bagh, resulting in partial damage to the house. Fire was brought under control with the help of fire tenders and police.

Girl consumes poison Srinagar, Apr 6 (KNS): A girl (name withheld) resident of Shatpora Langate consumed some poisonous substance at her residence in the jurisdiction of Police station Handwara. She was shifted to SKIMS Soura for treatment. Handwara Police has registered a case in this regard. (KNS)

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Jammu, Apr 6 : Lambasting Peoples Democratic Party for deriving sadistic pleasure from festering wounds of people, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday accused it of indulging in deceit and shedding crocodile tears flourish its political enterprise. “PDP has stung every section of the society”, the Chief Minister said while addressing a huge gathering organised by National Conference Minority Cell here. According to a statement issued to KNS, Omar referred to PDP’s ‘negative and deceitful role’ on creating facilities for the displaced people in Jammu and recalled the strange logic put forth by Mehbooba Mufti during a round-table conference presided over by the Prime Minister. He said the PDP President disapproved of creating facilities for the camp dwellers by stating that if humane conditions were made available in migrant camps, the people residing there will find themselves in comfort zone and show disinclination towards returning back. “Such a sadistic approach reflects PDP’s mind-set towards the people whom they want only to suffer so that their political enterprise keeps running”, he

said, adding that this is how they were selling the miseries of people, be in Kashmir or elsewhere. He said his government is pursuing a multi-pronged strategy to create conducive situation in the Valley for dignified and safe return of Kashmiri Pandits alongside improving living conditions in camps till their return. The Chief Minister also referred to Kashmiri Hindus Temples and Shrines Bill and said when the Legislative As-

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sembly was discussing this crucial legislation, a situation was created wherein several parties joined together and opposed it tooth and nail. They were joined by those pretending to be the well wishers of Kashmiri Pandit community, he added. “You have seen for yourself how the parties joined against this bill”, he maintained. Identifying himself with the community, the Chief Minister said he was not ignorant about their deep yearning for returning back to their homes and hearths when the situation becomes conducive for it. He said his government is working towards creating a situation wherein they will feel immense sense of security and decide to move back. “Till that time, we will do everything possible to ensure that the displaced people get all the facilities necessary for leading a dignified life”. He also referred to initiatives already taken for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits under Prime Minister’s package which, inter allia, involves jobs for migrant youth. Omar Abdullah cautioned Kashmiri Pandits against the machinations of those missing no opportunity in See Omar on pg 07

Ex- CMO injured in Pulwama attack Srinagar, April 06: A former health officer was injured after militants shot him from point blank range at Pulwama in south Kashmir this evening. Official sources told GNS that around 6:05 pm unknown gunmen opened fire on the private clinic of Dr Ghulam Qadir Sofi, former chief medical officer, of the district. “He sustained serious bullet injuries and was immediately rushed to nearby hospital where he was removed to Bone and Joint’s hospital Barazulla for specialized treatment,” sources said. A senior doctor in the district hospital who operated upon the injured said that the he received two See Attack on pg 07

Trooper arrested on rape charges in N Kashmir Srinagar, April 06: The Jammu and Kashmir police have arrested an army trooper who allegedly raped a woman after barging into her house in north Kashmir’s Kupwara, sources said on Sunday. Police Saturday evening arrested Territorial Army trooper Showkat Ahmad Malik after he forcibly entered inside a residential house near his army unit at Zurhama in the district, some 80 kms from state’s capital Srinagar, and raped a woman. Official sources told GNS that Showkat Malik (belt no. 12954783)of 160 TA, is resident of Trehgam in the district. The woman who was inside the room raised alarm, but sources said the trooper raped her before neighbours rushed in. See Trooper on pg 07

Achievements of govt. induced desperation, frustration in PDP : Sagar

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NC-Cong coalition stands exposed for its non-performance Jammu, Apr 6 : Patron of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today said the National Conference-Congress coalition government stands exposed for its non-performance and there are no takers for its hollow See Mufti on pg 07

Farooq Abdullah to file nomination papers today Srinagar, Apr 6 : National Conference President Dr. Farooq Abdullah is scheduled to file his nomination papers at Deputy Commissioner’s Office in Srinagar tomorrow at 11:30 am.According to a party statement issued to KNS, after filing his nomination papers, Dr. Farooq will pay obeisance at Hazratbal Shrine and soon after he is scheduled to address party workers from Srinagar at Shere-e-Kashmir Mazaar in Naseem Bagh. Senior NC Leaders, Ministers, MLAs, MLCs and Office Bearers of the party will accompany Dr. Farooq Abdullah as he files his papers. (KNS)

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Strongly calling for youth participation in the forthcoming polls, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president, Mehbooba Mufti Sunday said the choice has to be made by young population whether they want the state to live in the perpetual instability or they want to give themselves a chance for growth and harnessing of their potential.According to a statement issued

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Mirwaiz expresses concern over growing drug menace, suicidal trends Srinagar, Apr 6 : Mutahida Majlis Ulema (MMU), an amalgam of religious scholars of Kashmir led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Sunday held threadbare deliberations over the growing immorality, drug abuse and other social evils in Kashmir. According to KNS correspondent, the seminar witnessed participation of more than 300 religious clerics, leading social activists and physiologists of valley. Quoting the figures over the growing immorality and drug abuse in the society, the subject experts stated that there are more than 60,000 cases of drug addiction reported from valley and the number of people suffering from depression is 1,20,000. Experts while taking everyone by surprise claimed that according to UNO report, in 1987- there

were 17000 cases of drug abuse in valley while as the number has jumped to 100000 in 2008. In 2012, the number was 1,20,000. Experts also stated that due to the growing drug menace in Kashmir society, the suicidal trends are touching soaring every day. During his address, Mirwaiz said that besides striving for the settlement of Kashmir issue, the serious situation that is emerging due to growing drug menace in valley cannot be undermined. “Alcohol and drug addiction has become order of the day in our society and the same needs serious remedial measures,” said the Huriyat (M) chairman. He added that it is not the time to deliver lectures about the growing immoral activities in Kashmir but the need of the hour is to act See Mirwaiz on pg 07

Srinagar 06 April 2014: Maintaining that the government has ushered an era of peace, progress and development in the State, Minister for Rural Development and Panchayats and senior National Conference leader Mr. Ali Mohammad Sagar today said that PDP in a state of despair and desperation is trying to mislead the people by spreading false propaganda for their ulterior political motives but the people of the state are well aware of the fact that these forces have always preferred their interests

NC extends condolences to Taj Mohuiddin Dr. Farooq visits Baksh’s Resi Srinagar, Apr 6 : NC Party President Dr. Farooq Abdullah visited the residence of Late Dr. Ali Baksh in Bagaat Barzulla today, participated in his Nimaz-e-Jinaza and expressed his condolences with the bereaved family especially senior Congress Leader and Cabinet Minister Taj Mohuiddin. Dr. Farooq Abdullah said that National Conference shared the sorrow of Taj Mohuiddin in this hour of grief and prayed for the departed soul. National Conference Working President and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah expressed personal sorrow and grief at the passing of away of the brother of Taj Mohuiddin and said that the entire

party stands with Taj Mohuiddin in this hour of loss. National Conference General Secretary Sheikh Nazir Ahmed (Advocate) has also expressed his sorrow and grief at the passing away of Dr. Ali Baksh. Those who visited Dr. Ali Baksh’s residence to participate in his Namaz-e-Jinaza today included National Conference Additional General Secretary Dr. Sheikh Mustafa Kamal, National Conference Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani besides Senior NC leaders and Ministers, Political Secretary to Chief Minister, Tanvir Sadiq, NC Spokesman Junaid Mattu and various senior party activists and workers. (KNS)

over those of state and have been responsible for inflicting miseries on them. Mr. Sagar was addressing a series of public rallies and road shows in Pulwama District,the areas included Niloora, Zadura,Wanibugh, chukalan,Gous,Garasipora,Rohmu, Arichakh, Sangwani, Dangerpora, shajimarg, Zandipora, Drabhgam, Rohama, Awali holla, Aachkura, Nichan and Sangarwani. These were attended in large numbers by people despite See Sagar on pg 07

Hurriyat (G) terms Prof Bhat ‘a fluctuating mind’ Srinagar, Apr 6 : Hurriyat Conference (G) Sunday castigated the Hurriyat (M) executive member Prof Abdul Gani Bhat for his remarks on poll boycott terming his recent statement ‘bizarre’ and ‘condemnable’. “The statements of Prof Bhat must not be taken seriously. His approach has never been constant. Neither he has any command on people nor do people follow him,” said Huriyat (G) chief spokesman Ayaz Akbar. Prof Bhat in his statement had claimed on Saturday that there was no guarantee that people would boycott the upcoming general elections in Kashmir. “Wasn’t that Prof Bhat who once surprised everyone by saying that Azadi in Kashmir has been achieved and only announcement for the same is pending,” said Huriyat (G) spokesman. “The fact stand established that the statements of Prof Bhat must not be taken seriously,” he added. Ayaz Akbar said that Prof Bhat can change his statement anytime between morning and the evening and the same carries no weight in public domain. See Hurriyat on pg 07


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exploiting their delicate sentiments for deriving political mileage. In this context, he referred to tacit silence maintained by the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, without naming him, during his recent visit to Jammu. “He had all the time to name my family members but no word for Kashmiri Pandits”, he said, adding that it has been a trait of political chameleons to take no time in changing colours. Referring to upcoming elections, Mr Omar Abdullah hoped that the people will make a conscious use of their vote. “You have to make a choice between those who sincerely want to solve your problems and those who use every opportunity in exploiting your conditions”, he said while hoping that the sagacious people will make the National Conference candidates from the three valley seats successful with huge margin. National Conference Working President highlighted the importance of Lok Sabha elections and hoped that people will elect the representatives who will reflect their genuine aspirations in the highest democratic forum. Omar Abdullah also referred to the efforts made by his government in bringing cheer into the lives of people displaced from their homes and hearths. He said while concerted efforts were being made for mitigating their problems, the governmental agencies concerned were in the process of doing all that possible to make the camps better places to live, in terms of infrastructural facilities and other services. Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana was also accompanying the Chief Minister. The gathering was also addressed by MLC Mr Vijay Bakaya, , Mr Anil Dhar, Working President of the Minority Cell, Mr M K Yogi and others. Later, Minister for CAPD Choudhry Mohammed Ramzan and National Conference candidate from Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency Dr Mehboob Beig also addressed the gathering. Among those present on the occasion included Mr Bushan Lal Bhat, ex MLC, Mrs Pinky Bhat, Mr M L Munshi and others. (KNS)

Attack bullet wounds one in his right leg and another in his hand. Meanwhile, army, CRPF and Special Operation Group (SOG) of police cordoned off the whole area and started searches to nab the assailants Pertinently, the Doctor had placed under suspension by Omar Abdullah’s NC-led coalition government after he was caught on video while committing rape on a 30-year-old unemployed nurse at his office in 2010. Even the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had found him guilty, along with five other doctors, of fudging and fabricating evidences in alleged Shopain rapecum-murder. But the state government had promoted Dr Sofi from the position of Deputy CMO to CMO and he continued his posting in Pulwama district. (GNS)

Trooper Sources said locals caught hold of the trooper and thrashed him. Some residents tipped off the police who reached the spot and arrested the trooper. A police official while confirming the incident told GNS that a TA jawan has been arrested and a case under FIR no. 19/2014 under section 458, 376 RPC has been registered against him and further investigations taken up. Police sent the woman for medical examination. “We have booked him for rape,” the officer said. Medical sources confirmed that the woman was raped. Army disowns Showkat Army today clarified the man who was arrested by police for raping a woman at Zurhama in north Kashmir’s frontier Kupwara district is no longer associated with it. A senior defence official told GNS that the man was already ‘disembodied’ from army few days back and he was no more associated with it. (GNS)

Mufti slogans now. According to a statement issued to KNS, “The NC and Congress have reneged on almost all the promises made with the people during last Assembly elections and the coalition government run by them seems to be a rudderless arrangement lacking direction and commitment,” Mufti said while addressing a mammoth public meeting organized by all zones of Jammu district and coordinated by Ab Hamid Choudhary, amidst heavy down-pours, in support of party candidate Yash Pal Sharma at historical Parade Ground in the heart of the Jammu city. Braving inclement weather, thousands and thousands of people from different parts of Jammu district thronged Parade Ground to listen Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, who as a Chief Minister of the State had proved how to treat all sections of the society equally by providing equal opportunities of growth and development to all individuals. “It was only during PDP led regime that residents of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh got the taste of good governance and they were made part of the decision making process”, Mufti said and reminded the gathering that PDP led government had laid foundation of balanced and equitable development in J&K. “PDP led regime has set an example of good governance and carved out a path of equitable development in the State”, Mufti said and sought support of Jammuities to implement visionary policies of the PDP. He said that PDP wants to change destiny of the people of J&K and to set up a pro-people corruption free transparent and accountable system. “It is my desire to make Jammu and Kashmir an island of peace wherein every individual will get equal opportunities to growth and development”, he said. “During our short tenure in the government, PDP led regime had taken every possible effort to solve prob-

Sagar heavy rains. District president, Mr. G.N.Niloora, Ex-MLA,Mr. G.M..Mir were accompanying the Minister, Panch/ Sarpanchs and other prominent persons from different fields of life present on the occasion While referring to the innumerable achievements registered by the government in various spheres of life, Mr. Sagar said that growing popularity of the present coalition has induced sense desperation and frustration in the cadres of PDP, which has triggered a panic reaction in them and they have started spreading lies and false propaganda. He said that the people of the state are wise enough to understand their mechanisations and would give befitting reply to them, which will serve as a lesson to these forces of chaos and confusion. “The leaders of the PDP are known for their dubious role in the political circles of the state as they can go to any extent to further their lust for power and propagate their personal clouts”, he adde Mr. Sagar further maintained that the NC has always projected and safeguarded the interests of the state and its people without caring for political gains. “ It is a recorded history that when it comes to the state, NC has rendered innumerable sacrifices and people are well aware of it and the measures taken for the socio-economic upliftment, decentralisation of powers to the grass root level have been instrumental in ensuring phenomenal and appreciable changes in the rural landscape in particular and state as a whole, which include providing employment to them at their doorsteps and involving people at the grass root level in day to day governance”, he added. Recalling history, Mr. Sagar said that the people of the valley are well aware of the fact that the patron of the PDP was instrumental in ensuring the extension of certain Acts to the state which have inflicted miseries and hardships on the masses. He said now they in a state of hypocrisy they are trying to project themselves as well wishers of the people but their basic motive is to garb power, so that they can torment people by their sadist agenda. Referring to the recent statements of the PDP, Mr. Sagar said that these reflect their desperation as they were desperately trying to woo congress for entering into alliance with them but on being snubbed have resorted to cover their failures by targeting National Conference. He said that PDP believes in divisive and negative politics replete with hypocrisy which is evident by the statements of its leaders as well. Mr. G. N Nilora and G M Mir also addressed the public ralies and road shows.

Mirwaiz on the ground. “There must be individual and collective efforts for the eradication of drug addiction and growing crimes here.” Mirwaiz while cautioning parents about the outcome of the situation if not stopped at an earliest said that the way parents show concern in equipping children with modern education; moral and religious values must be prioritized so that they could see a better society in future. Mirwaiz also asked religious clerics to play important role in eradication of drug menace from valley. He said that mosques must play a vital role in making people aware about the dangerous trends in the society at large. (KNS)

Hurriyat However, Akbar also castigated state authorities over what he called hurdles being created during the poll boycott campaign launched by separatist leadership here. He claimed that there shall be complete boycott of the forthcoming general elections if they are allowed to launch poll boycott campaign. “See how Ashraf Sehraie has been kept under detention. In the same way Shabir Shah is not being allowed to hold rallies. The incident wherein JKLF chief Mohammad Yasin Malik was injured ahead of holding poll boycott rally is an eye opener how state authorities are crushing dissent with the military might,” Huriyat (G) spokesman added. (KNS)

NC denied young population a democratic space: Mehbooba

‘Youth to decide whether they want perpetual instability or growth’ Srinagar, Apr 6 : Strongly calling for youth participation in the forthcoming polls, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president, Mehbooba Mufti Sunday said the choice has to be made by young population whether they want the state to live in the perpetual instability or they want to give themselves a chance for growth and harnessing of their potential. According to a statement issued to KNS, while addressing various roadside meetings in Anantnag assembly segment Mehbooba blamed the National Conference of carrying forward an anti-youth agenda by denying the young population of Kashmir a democratic space, curbing their voices and not doing anything substantial to make their future better. “NC has a vested interest in instability as has been established time and again. PDP on the other hand has a track record of bringing in stability and is the only party qualified to do so through a progressive and well defined agenda,” said Mehbooba. She said NC has always been averse to the youth participation in the democratic process because it does not want anybody else to come forward to play its role in making the system better and accountable. “The party whose top leader says I am the agenda and claims credit for earth filling of a sports ground as his main achievement during

last five years to seek votes again has obviously nothing to offer the youth,” Mehbooba said while referring to recent statements of Dr Farooq Abdullah. Mehbooba said in 1987 the NC denied the youth a representative space and pushed them to pick up guns by rigging the elections and the situation is now before all of us which tells loud about the NC’s lust for power and its least concern about the people’s aspirations. She said now it has pushed the youth to pick up stones by blocking their all avenues of political and developmental progress and wreaking gravest injuries on them by misusing the state apparatus in the cruelest manner. “By killings 120 youth in 2010, putting hundreds behind the bars on flimsy charges, lodging FIRs against more than 10 thousand young man the ruling government has crossed all limits of cruelty and insensitivity,” she said adding instead of reaching out to the young in a humane manner this government is claiming credit for having introduced the most inhuman methods of oppression like Pepper Guns, Chili Grenades and Pellet Guns in Kashmir ‘as an act of mercy’. The PDP president said the choice is to be made by the youth now who have to drive the state to change whether they want to continue live

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Srinagar, Apr 6 : Srinagar police has started a drive against smoking in and around health institutions and city hospitals, 39 offenders were booked in SMHS Hospital and a fine of Rs.13980 was realized from them. Srinagar police during its police-public interactions received complaints that smoking in health institutions and city hospitals has created a nuisance in such public places. Acting on the complaints, police has launched an intensive drive against smoking in such sensitive public places. Taking a lead, Police station Karan Nagar has started a drive in SMHS hospital and Government Medical college, Srinagar. 39 offenders were challaned and fined on the spot. Fine amount to the tune of Rs.13980 has been recovered from the offenders under COTPA and deposited in the state treasury.

2014 Lok Sabha elections a battle of ideologies: Shaheen

Ukharhal, Apr 6: Terming 2014 Lok Sabha elections as a battle between communal and secular ideologies, National Conference leader Mir Sajjad Shaheen has said that there is no space for those elements in a secular country like India who pursue communal agenda and want to divide country on the name of religion.According to a statement issued to KNS, he said that BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narinder Modi is a man with a fascist mindset and his and the defeat of his party is imperative for strengthening the secular ethos of the country.While addressing joint meeting of NC-Congress office bearers, workers and prominent citizens at Ukharhal today Shaheen appealed to the people to vote enmass in favour of the NC-Congress coalition candidates in the state as their each vote casted against BJP-PDP will contribute to the burial of the communal ideology.

in this darkness or they want to give themselves a chance to grow. “The youth have to make it a point whether to pick up stones for making the deaf and dumb NC government listen to their demands or they have to grow intellectually and pick up pen and paper and seek modern education and respectable job avenues and take the state to a new level of development,” said Mehbooba. She said unemployment among the educated youth is alarming and instead of making efforts to create more job avenues the ruling government has employed more than 400 mostly corrupt bureaucrats by giving them lakhs of rupees in salaries per month and for the youth it has come out with a so-called recruitment policy which is most insulting in nature. She said for its own luxuries the NC-led government has no problem of money but when it comes to give salaries to employees, daily wagers, contractual, seasonal workers the government has nothing to spend. She the state police force which is doing the tough job on ground, have been deprived of their ration money and nothing is being done to address their pay anomaly issue. Same is the case with the SPOs, who are facing pay problems and the government has nothing to say about their regularization issue.



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lems of the people”, he said and added that initiatives taken by the PDP led regime had yielded very encouraging results because faith of the people in the democratic institutions was restored and the commoner got the taste of good governance. PDP patron, while highlighting achievements of his government, reminded the gathering that after formation of PDP led government various projects were started for the development of Jammu region. He especially mentioned that a comprehensive project funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) was exclusively implemented in Jammu to provide civic amenities to the people. “It was only during PDP led regime that Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh regions were equally empowered and all regions were given equal share in development”, he said. Dubbing National Conference-Congress coalition as opportunist alliance, Mufti said that both the parties have entered into alliance without any programme and policies. “One and only aim of this alliance is to enjoy absolute power without caring wishes and aspirations of the people”, he said and added that the noticeable achievement of NC-Congress during the last five and half years is legalization of corruption. “It is very unfortunate that during the last five and half years J&K has earned the dubious distinction of being the most corrupt state where corruption has been sneaked from top to bottom”, he said. Taking a dig at coalition partners for indulged into “shadow boxing”, Mufti said that this regime has brazenly bulldozed democratic institutions. He mentioned towards failure of the coalition to conduct urban local bodies election. Amidst deafening slogans Mufti Sahib Sangarsh Karo, Jammu Aap Ka Saath Hai, PDP patron asserted that the present coalition has to go because this regime has lost faith and credibility. “Change is imminent in Jammu and Kashmir because people have already decided to get rid from this corrupt and inept dispensation”, he said and sought support of the masses to set up a new system of justice and equality.


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