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‘Girls Particular’ buses again on roads
The ‘Girls Particular’ buses which had stopped providers in Srinagar after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic are again on roads once more. The buses resumed operations early this week. The three ‘Girls Particular’ buses are once more ferrying the ladies passengers from completely different areas of the town to the town centre Lal Chowk and different areas. The resumption of the particular bus service has come as a significant aid for the ladies commuters, largely workplace goers.

Panel to make sure oxygen availability 
The federal government has constituted a committee to make sure sufficient and uninterrupted medical oxygen provide in J&Ok. Medical doctors have warned that Covid instances might rise throughout harsh winters, particularly within the Valley. A 13-member panel has been requested to repeatedly monitor the supply of medical oxygen and report any shortfalls associated issues instantly to the Central Management Room established within the Union well being ministry. The panel has additionally been tasked to make sure that no restrictions are imposed on the motion of medical oxygen into J&Ok and free inter-State motion of oxygen-carrying autos is permitted. The Committee shall make sure that no restrictions are imposed on oxygen producers and suppliers to restrict the oxygen provides solely to the hospitals of the J&Ok. 

Evict ex-ministers from govt homes: HC
The J&Ok Excessive Court docket has requested the federal government to evict former ministers, legislators, retired IAS Officers and political individuals, who’re nonetheless unauthorisedly residing in lodging of the Estates Division. The federal government was given two weeks to adjust to the orders. The authorities have served last notices to about two dozen ex-ministers and legislators to vacate official lodging in Jammu and related notices have been issued to 32 former ministers and legislators in Srinagar. 

J&Ok will get its first ever household courtroom
The Union Territory received its first-ever household courtroom. The household courtroom was established in Srinagar after the promulgation of J&Ok Reorganization Act 2019. The household courtroom at District Court docket Complicated, Srinagar was inaugurated by J&Ok Chief Justice Gita Mittal. It might guarantee a congenial setting to cope with issues reminiscent of marriage, divorce, baby custody and others. Chief Justice Mittal mentioned the household courtroom just isn’t solely meant to make sure speedy and cheap justice however events would even have privateness in private areas of dispute and difficulties. About 1100 instances have been transferred to the Srinagar household courtroom.

Fayaz wani
Our correspondent in Jammu and Kashmir fayazwani123@gmail.com

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