x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Work on Chandrayaan 3 mission has begun, confirms ISRO chief K Sivan | Jammu-Srinagar NH shut for second day due to multiple landslides | CASO resumes in Pulwama, SOG jawan killed, two soldiers injured so far | SC refuses to grant stay on CAA for now, hints at referring pleas to Constitution bench | Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman hacked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’s phone through WhatsApp: Report | No deliberate delay by Returning Officer: EC on Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal waiting for hours to file nomination | Anti-terror operations to go full throttle in Kashmir | Centre takes control, local politicians sidelined | With no Data in hand, how will Govt succeed in its KPs return project? | Srinagar to get modern firefighting, free training for volunteers, Jammu to wait again | Rabi crop damaged/unsown in over 75,000 hectares of land, compensation eludes | MTA elections in limbo courtesy internal conflict | Director Health Services Kashmir gives damn to Govt order cancelling attachments | Violation of Bio-Medical Waste Management continues in Rajouri | Victim meets SSP, seeks registration of case against erring cops | Dhotre chairs public outreach camp at Kalakote | PHE division Akhnoor conduct meeting | MPDA holds meeting, seeks LG’s attention towards facelift of Transport Ngr | Inter Panchayat/Block Level Cricket Competition | ADC flags off walkathon from Sports Stadium Doda | CSR organize Teachers’ Training programme | One arrested with stolen property | India will be among top 10 nations in 2028 Los Angeles Olympics: Rijiju | J&K outclass Odisha by 4 wickets, remains unbeaten so far | BIS organises Science Exhibition | DPS organizes national road safety week | Tawi Trekkers release calendar of activities | Training course on agribusiness begins at SKUAST-J | Geetansh wins gold in National Taekwondo Championship | Dept of EVS JU organizes alumni meet | J&K Volleyball Jr. Team to participate in national competition | Swachhata Hi Sewa Movement | 5 main reasons why things don’t work for us? | Delhi polls do or die for BJP | Gujjar delegation meets Tribal Affairs minister Munda, projects demands | BBIA hails curtain raiser investor meet | Youth Congress committee organizes meeting | JMC Mayor starts installation of LED street lights | Bhalla for providing attention to promote religious tourism in Jammu region | BJP leaders hail JP Nadda’s election | FTII holds admission seminar at IIMC Jammu | DPS Nagbani organises Show and Tell Competition | FTII holds admission seminar at IIMC Jammu | NIACL launches cancer guard insurance policy | Padogtra visits different areas, Medical Hospital | Officers to take NoC for staying in private hotels during official visit at Delhi | Bright future awaits J-K after abrogation of Article 370: Rijiju | IGP Jammu visit Kathua, interacts with students | CEO briefs Lt Guv about poll preparation to vacant panchayat, BDC seats | Every household in J-K to have potable water by Dec 2021: Gajendra Shekhawat | Locals Decry negligence of MC, R&B in Sunderbani | V K Singh addresses public outreach programme at Chenani | GoI committed to promote trade, tourism, technology in JK: Sarangi | Conserve water by establishing 'Water Management Committees': Shekhawat | 3 years on, MC Udhampur yet to install water ATMs | 10 long operating terrorists killed in twenty days | Child begging at traffic signals in Jammu goes unchecked, authorities unmoved | BDO Mendhar strangulates RTI | Security beefed up across north Kashmir ahead of Jan 26; Union minister of IT, Law & Justice likely to visit on Jan 23 | Jammu-Pathankot NHW turns death trap as Bari Brahmana-Ghagwal stretch in shambles | Embankment of Jhelum breaches in Srinagar, DC orders inquiry | Police officer martyred, Army jawan injured in encounter in Pulwama | Srinagar turns white due to fresh snowfall affecting normal life | Fix responsibility for crumbling Health care in Ramnagar: Harsh | Commissioner Secretary reviews functioning of Forest Deptt | CBJ books land grabbers, revenue officials for fraudulent sale of JDA Land | Anurag Thakur listens to people’s issues at Khour | Court rejects bail of retd CRPF cop in NDPS case | Power shut down | Hilal Rather rebuts ‘J&K Scam of Rs 177 cr’ | GMC attendants on small denomination currency making big money, patients at loss | Court acquits 6 in attack on Police Station | Gangwar visits Batote; inaugurates Power Receiving Station, Fruits, Vegetable Market | Centre wants new dawn of development, accountability in J&K: M A Naqvi | Union Agri Minister inaugurates several projects in Samba | Poonch administration holds public outreach program | 2 arrested, 300-kg poppy straw seized | TDF demands delimitation of Assembly constituencies | Local women turn up in huge number for J&K police recruitment drive | Karnah again cut off due to snowfall; no relief for people of Keran, Machil, Gurez | Back Issues  
 
news details
Observe complete shutdown on December 7 for Jammu cause: Jammu based organizations
12/6/2019 1:31:13 PM


Jammu, 6.12.2019: A Joint Press Conference was held by several organizations of Jammu appealing the people to observe complete shut down on Saturday, December 7 so as to express their solidarity with cause of Jammu projected by NPP. The representatives of various Jammu based organizations unanimously announced to participate in the Jammu Bandh called against the ‘dictatorial moves’ of the government in banning the mobile internet services with no timeframe fixed for restoration of the said services. They further endorsed the other issues including winding up of Toll Plaza Saror, withdrawal of 9-11% token tax on vehicles, curb on soaring prices of vegetables, and other essential commodities, review of transfer of registration powers besides other Jammu related issues projected by NPP leaders Harsh Dev Singh, Balwant Singh Mankotia and Yash Paul Kundal on multifarious occasions.

The resolution presented in press conference and endorsed by Manish Sahni President Shiv Sena (Bal Thackery); Vice President Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Charanjeet Bitta; Inderjeet Khajuria Chairman Jammu Pariyatan Vikas Mandal & All Jammu Hotel Lodges Association; Piran Ditta President Guru Ravi Dass Sabha Jammu; Raj Kumar Babbar President Swarnkar Sangh Jammu Province; Pritam Sharma President Kranti Dal; Rajiv Mahajan President Shri Ram Sena Jammu; Dev Raj Saini Chairman Railway Station Tourist Taxi Union Jammu; Harbans Gurmeet Singh President Rajinder Bazar; Hardeep Singh President Moti Bazar Businessmen Society; Chander Udhay Sharma General Secretary Gandhi Nagar Residents Association; Anshu Sharma President MAM College Students Union; Mahesh Bakshi President Law Deptt. Jammu University Students Union; Jatin Sharma President Commerce College; Japneet Kour President Gandhi Nagar College Students Union; Sunpreet Kour President Parade College Students Union; Bansi Lal Sodhi General Secretary Tourist Taxi Association; Jagjit Singh President Jammu Swarankar Sabha Jammu; Zeeshan Mehra Vice President MAM College Students Union; Ravinder Singh Vice President Taxi Union Railway Station, Dogra Kranti Dal Vice President Kailash Mohan; Brij Mehra President Akhil Bhartiya Kashyap Mahasang; Rakesh Kumar Sharma General Secretary Jammu Pragati Manch and Ved Gandotra President Jammu Kashmir Freedom Fighter Association. The participants said that the people of Jammu were being perpetually subjected to a biased treatment despite their nationalist credentials and inspite of the fact that they had fully supported and endorsed the government’s move of abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35A. The representatives of various organizations condemned in one voice the failure of the govt. to control rising prices besides imposition of heavy token tax on vehicles. The resolution further stated “the prolonged ban on mobile internet services has adversely impacted upon normal life causing irreparable damage in diverse forms to various sections of society. The Students, Traders, Professionals besides the public at large has been badly hit due to the unending blockade of internet services. The students who are largely dependent upon online studies have immensely suffered during the last around four months of internet ban with no signs of its restoration in the near future. Traders have pegged the losses in several hundreds of crores. The Professionals, Bankers, Transporters, Civil Society have all been the sufferers of the ill conceived move with none to listen to the shrill cries of the public. The people of Jammu are hard core nationalists and government’s plea that internet will be used for anti national activities is being seen as an insult to the patriotic sentiments of Dogras. The government’s version is therefore totally unacceptable.

Further, the ever growing number of Toll Plazas in Jammu is another cause of concern with such taxation counters being established in violation of Govt. of India norms. While the people were assured of disbanding of Saror Toll Plaza by BJP leaders, the GoI has contrarily regularized the same with the announcement of Fastag having been made as a mandatory requirement. With the mandated leadership having abdicated its responsibility to project the issues of their electorates, there seem to be no takers for the genuine concerns of the people of Jammu who are forced to follow all dictatorial orders of the incumbent regime. There is simmering discontent which needs to be given an outlet so that the ruling dispensation is awakened to the prevailing crisis and made to take remedial action in the interests of public at large”.

They appealed the civil society, social and political organizations, student unions, youth organizations, Traders and Transporters, Rehri and Phari Unions, Matador, Bus and Taxi Unions besides others to make the Bandh a complete success.

  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU