Srinagar, Mar 25 (UNI) With three more persons tested positive for Coronavirus on Tuesday, Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday Imams to appeal to the people to offer prayers in their respective homes.Taking to micro-blogging site twitter, police said that forces are on the roads to save the lives of people and urged the general public to help them by staying indoors. “#JKP is on roads to save your #lives. Please help us by staying inside your homes. In case of #exigencies, #Dial 100 or 112. #JKPCARES @jmukmrpolice,” Kashmir Zone Police wrote on its official twitter handle.Meanwhile, police is using drones in some areas in Srinagar to announce restrictions on the movement of people as part of the 21-day lockdown to combat coronavirus pandemic.Acting tough against violators of government order, many shops, hotels and educational institutes were sealed while about 60 persons were arrested by the police from Srinagar, Sopore, Handwara and Anantnag in the valley during the last 48 hours.Three more persons were on Tuesday tested positive for Coronavirus in Kashmir valley, bringing the total number of infected people to four. However, officials said that the 67-year-old women, who was the first person to be tested positive for Coronavirus in Kashmir valley, has been treated successfully.
Srinagar, Mar 17: The administration has fixed the retail price of mutton at Rs 535 per kilogram without offal and Rs 490 with it, Kashmir Economic Alliance representative Farooq Ahmad Dar flanked by representatives of various Mutton dealers associations announced on Wednesday. “The fresh rates would be applicable across Kashmir from tomorrow,” Dar said. While […]
Bike rider critically injuried in Sopore, referred to Srinagar A motorcycle bearing registration number JK05G-5318 collided with a private vehicle near Zendri area, leaving him in a pool blood. He identified the injured as Wajahat Mushatq son of Mushatq Ahmad War, a resident of Wadooara area of Sopore. The official said that he was rushed […]
Srinagar: J&K has reported 80 fresh cases attributed to the viral respiratory illness in the last 24 hours. The government bulletin on covid19 cases states that around 136 more persons- 47 from Jammu division and 89 from Kashmir, who were infected by Covid-19 recovered and were discharged from various hospitals. Around 67 out of 80 cases […]