Stories that shook Jammu this week!

Cobra in CM Residence: Mehbooba stuck in room for half an hour

“They are traitors, whether they have come from Pakistan or live here. There is only one remedy for them and that is bullets. And if not bullets, they should be handed over such a punishment like the youth who are beaten with sticks by forces. Take my word that next time they (the youth) won’t throw stones,” he said earlier.

In a report published by dainik sawera, it stated that the former Director of College Education Department N.D Wani had misused the college funds for the maintenance purpose of his Govt vehicle. The report stated that the Director Wani used his authority via Principal Commerce College Jammu Hanila Agarwal for the purpose. The matter came to light after an RTI enquiry by Prof. SK Bhalla who said that such activity is totally illegal and unlawful. Stating his personal account as having served as the Principal of the institution before he said that he’s aware of such the underlying matter behind the case and should not have occurred. The case is under investigation by vigilance department.


Famous Kud area enroute to Kashmir faces decline in visitors and sales

Kud area of Udhampur district in Jammu is famous for its delicious sweet “Patisaa”. But now, the sellers are witnessing steep decrease in sales.

On one side the development of National highways in the state has benefitted the people of the country, on the other the locals residents are experiencing a financial crunch because of new the Chenani Nashri tunnel which was inaugurated 3 weeks back by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Rajinder Sharma, owner of Prem Sweets located in Kud area said that our shop is more than 70 years old. He said that they are suffering  from the financial losses due to the opening of the Chenani Nashri tunnel.

The Chenani-Nashri tunnel helps the passengers to circumvent the Patnitop-Kud belt. He added that their shop witnessed so many problems due to highway blockades. In a way to sustain, we opened a new shop to cover up the losses near the entry point of the Chenani nashri tunnel.





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