SRINAGAR: The Traffic police Tangmarg ceased the two vehicles belonging to State Cable Car Corporation Gulmarg for lack of proper documents.
The buses bearing the registration numbers JK01-4754 & JK01N-2360 were ceased for lack of Registration Certificate, Fitness, Pollution and Insurance, said Khazir Mohammad, ASI.
One of the vehicles driven by Tariq Ahmad Malik, s/o Ghulam Rasool Malik, resident of Singapore Pattan was without licence, as well, he added.
The people of the area have appreciated the steps of traffic police Tangmarg. This is for the first time Gondola vehicles were ceased, a group of locals told Kashmir Life, they further said, as the Gulmarg Gondola is earning huge revenue, but they did not keep the necessary documents of vehicles in place.
The vehicles were ceased on 18th of this month. The buses are now lying in Police Station Tangmarg.
Kathua incident a shame on healthcare professionals: Tarigami
JAMMU: Expressing deep shock over the reports about a nomad woman who was barred entry inside the labour room and had to deliver her baby reportedly in hospital compound in Kathua, CPI (M) leader and MLA Kulgam Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami has demanded a through probe into the incident so that the culprits responsible for the agony caused to the hapless woman are brought to justice.
In a statement to KNS, Tarigami observed that is unfortunate that some doctors and para-medical staff supposed to behave as messiah for the patients have turned so ruthless that a craving woman is denied their much needed medical help during her labour.
Demanding thorough investigation into the matter so that such incidents are not repeated in future, Tarigami said: The missionary zeal of giving a real healing touch to the patients is unfortunately vanishing in our healthcare professionals each passing day. There is dire need to revive that love and care which doctors of yore were famous for or otherwise the whole medical profession will turn into a crudely commercial venture. (KNS)
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