Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   Police Station Kathua declared out of bounds after cop tests positive | COVID-19: Psychological task force formed in Jammu schools to keep students mentally fit | Terrorists in J&K jittery after attack on Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin in Pakistan | Pakistan violates ceasefire in Poonch | Two terrorists gunned down in Kulgam, arms and ammunition recovered | After Omar shows teeth to Centre; NC announces to boycott delimitation commission | 3 CISF ASIs posted at Jammu Airport quarantined | Amid mounting tension on LAC, Ladakh LG meets Amit Shah | Withholding of DPC process blocks promotions of Forest Deptt employees | Rebellion within NC as veterans demand action against Omar’s close aide | 46 percent of Corona Virus patients came from outside, active cases 1261, recoveries 875 | Admin's focus on COVID -19 pandemic crisis; patients with other ailments left in lurch | For GMC Anantnag doctors, lockdown proves a blessing in disguise | Advisor Sharma reviews arrangements for conducting class 12 Board Exams in Jammu Division | Brother of explosives-laden car owner intercepted in Pulwama being questioned: J-K Police | Chief Secretary chairs 1st Apex Committee Meeting of JJM | Execution on crucial developmental works on hold for over two months to restart from June 1 in Srinagar | Commissioner provides POS terminals to authorized officials | Operations in social sector to be permitted from June 1 in Srinagar | Govt winds up Backward Commission in JK | Div Com reviews CLU cases for new retail outlets, petrol pumps | Forest Deptt removes encroachments from prime forest land | Skyview Patnitop Offers Additional 8,000 PPE Masks to Administration | SAD (Badal) demands reservation of few assembly seats for Sikhs | SIF holds meeting, discusses Delimitation Commission | JKESTEWS&AA greets BR Sharma on taking over as chairman JKPSC | Sahib Bandgi Sansthan continues to help needy during Corona Virus | Educational institutions to remain closed in J&K till June 15 | Petrol , diesel to be costlier by Rs. 2 per litre & Rs. 1 per litre | Helpline established for domestic violence victims in Jammu | Pak’s notorious agency annoyed with Hizbul chief for his failure to intensify violence in Kashmir Valley after abrogation of Art 370 | Two JPDCL employees suspended, union threatens protest | Boycott Chinese goods | Munish Gupta asks J&K government to solve problems of people of B/C Gandhi Nagar | THE AGONY OF AN ‘ATMANIRBHAR KISSAN’ | Promotion of Urban Farming amid COVID-19 | Family on verge of starvation after PHE driver dies on duty, deptt unconcerned | 26 fresh positive cases reported in north Kashmir; 263 active positive, 06 recovered | Portable water still a distant dream for this Anantnag village | JK All Departments Clerical Staff Association accuses Edu department of delaying tactics | JTC holds meet,lists demands | Order special audit of land collectors in Reasi distt: J&KAP appeals LG | JKPYC demands to roll back anti-youth decision of CUJ | 21 bovines rescued after police foils three smuggling bids in Thanamandi | Pregnant woman tests COVID-19 positive | Committee approves grant of Selection Grade in favour of 32 officers of JK Revenue Service | Only 49.6% population in J&K wash their hands with soap: Report | Forest fire triggers several landmine blasts along LoC in Balakote | Sessions Judge rejects bail plea of child trafficking accused | Heavy rain lashes Kishtwar, Doda Districts, brings respite from scorching heat | Awareness-cum-medical camp organized at JTGC | Use and throw policy of educated youth abhorable: Harsh | No jobs, starvation will lead to anarchy: Zorawar | LPG laden truck catches fires, few explodes on Jmu-Sgr NH in Udhampur | Dwivedi reviews release of supplies payment to MSMEs | High explosive Pak shell destroyed along LoC | Advisor Sharma for strengthening online education for maximum students’ outreach | Advisor Baseer Khan inspects development works in Block Marh | Back Issues  
news details
People continue to throng DC Office, private homes to avail helpline services
8/13/2019 10:45:02 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report

KISHTWAR, Aug 13: As the internet and mobile services blockade in Kishtwar District continued following the scrapping of Article 370 and 35A of the constitution by government of India, hundreds of people were seen rushing and lined up for calling through a landline at private homes as well as established call center at DC office complex Kishtwar.
As per the details available with Early Times, heavy rush of people was seen in Deputy Commissioner's Office Kishtwar for availing the telecom services since helpline numbers have been established here in view of suspended Telecom services in Kishtwar.
District amdinstration official told the Early Times that after establishing the "Helpline call center" people are coming in large numbers to avail the services of helpine numbers being established at DC office Kishtwar.
"One call had been received from Saudi Arabai on helpine number wherein caller wants to contact with his mother, all the details of the caller noted down by the concerned official, soon after the call a special messenger was asked to visit the house of caller and later the mother of caller contacted with him through helpline number," he added.
He further informed that helpline numbers viz 01995-261455 , 01995-259817, 01995-261021 and 01995-259852 were in operation and they were asking the people to visit his office to communicate with their relatives/family members who are presently out of district or state or in case of any emergency otherwise.
He said that office of ADDC Kishtwar, ADC Kishtwar and ACR Kishtwar functional within the complex have also been instructed to allow the needy people to call through their landline numbers as well. He said that people of different age groups including women, men, children and security personnel had visited his office complex for availing the landline calling facility.
Meanwhile, administration also warned the rumour mongers against spreading any rumour adding that the culprits found involved in spreading hatred and rumours will be dealt with iron hands.
official said that some people are spreading rumours about the downgrading of District status to Kishtwar and termed all this as baseless adding that Kishtwar continue to be a district even after the abrogation of Article 370 and 35 A and reorganization of the state of Jammu and Kashmir into union territory.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center