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However Alok Singh,president of ABVP JNUSU unit rejects ‘difference of opinion’ theory He says “ To decentralise our party work we had appointed many students at different schools in the university In that course Rahul and Ankit were delegated the work of the party at the school of social sciences They were never active in the party activities and hardly attended any meetings He added “They never expressed any dissatisfaction with the party work I am sure that they have done this under pressure from their teachers at SSS” Sourabh Sharma general secretary JNUSU who won the election on ABVP ticket echoes the same view “They have resigned under the pressure of teachers from SSS Most of the teachers at SSS are leftist and I think that they have pressurised the students to do so and the three students naturally gave preference to their career which is normal However we still consider them as part of our party and will talk to them and will try to gauge the actual reason of their resignation” Written by Agencies | Jammu | Published: January 26 2010 11:22 am Related News Noting that the gun culture of the last 20 years had only resulted in bloodshed and destructionJammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday asked militants to shun violence and come to the dialogue table to resolve issues amicably Abdullah expressed hope that a better sense will prevail and militants will drop guns forever “This will be in their larger interest and the interest of the people”he said in his Republic Day address to the people of Jammu and Kashmir “Nothing has so for either been achieved or will be achieved in future by the bloodshed”he saidadding that dialogue is the only means to address the problems and solve issues in a conducive atmosphere “We will act as a facilitator in the dialogue process between all groups of opinion in the state and the Centrebesides working for restoration of Indo-Pak composite talks”he said The Chief Minister said the task to seek betterment and bright future for youth has been taken by him as a challenge “I have recognised technology and young people as the two important aspects on which development and prosperity of a nation is dependent It is for these facts that I have flagged both as important concerns having co-relation” He said the announcement of a comprehensive employment policy for youth by his government has been the path breaking step in the 60 years’ history of Jammu and Kashmir Abdullah said his government has provided employment to about 21000 youth in various government departments during the past year and another 20000 jobs are in the pipeline “Despite financial constraintsmy government has implemented the sixth pay commissionenhancing the salaries of government employees”he saidadding more than 6500 adhoc and contractual employees are being regularisedbesides raising the daily rates of daily wagers from Rs 70 to Rs 110 “Under the power sectorabout 2700 MW of power is being generated in the state during the next five years to relieve the people from the problem of load shedding”he said The generation of another 1800 MWs through other projects is also in the offinghe said The Chief Minister said that during the last year 150 crore gallons of drinking water has been added in the Public Health Engineering (PHE) system in Jammu and Srinagar “I am also focussing on upgradation of road communication system in the state and construction of inter district and inter provincial roads The completion of Mughal road and my travel on the road has realised the dream of Sher-i-Kashmir Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah about connecting Jammu with Kashmir through the historic Mughal road” The government has also approved construction of a 45 kms tunnel to connect Kishtwar with Anantnag Under the skills development programme to enhance employability of youthhe said five new ITIs and 18 polytechnics are being established in the state whereas more 50 ITIs and 140 skills development centres are in the pipeline Abdullah said the government is opening an ayurvedic college in Jammu and Unani college at Srinagarbesides providing required equipment and staff to health institutions “We have also created 5500 posts in the health department to cater to the needs of hospitals in the rural areas” The Chief Minister said his government has succeeded in receiving highest-ever annual plan of Rs 550 crore for the current financial year besides getting Rs 1200 crores under prime minister’s reconstruction programme Abdullah said that in order to transfer power to people at grass rootshis government is determined to conduct panchayat and local bodies elections in the state soon “This wouldon the one handprovide opportunities to the public representatives at panchayat and municipality levels and on the otherhelp curb corruption to a large extent”he saidadding that the year 2010 will be the year of eradication of corruption in the state at all levels The Chief Minister said he has underlined close rapport with general masses as the most important aspect of his governance “The creation of Chief Minister’s Grievance Cell to keep myself available to people 24 hours is yet another initiatives I have taken”he saidadding that he personally monitors the cell He asked the people to take advantage of this medium to communicate their grievances to him so that action is taken for their redressal For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsActress Kritika Chaudhary found dead in her house in Mumbai police suspect murder PTI Jun13 2017 09:53 54 IST Comment 0 Tweet Mumbai: Small-time actress Kritika Chaudhary (30) was found dead under mysterious circumstances at her residence in suburban Andheri on Monday police said Kritika Chaudhary was found dead under mysterious circumstances Image courtesy: Kritika Chaudhary/Facebook Police suspect it to be a case of murder an investigating official said The incident came to light at around 345 pm when Chaudhary’s neighbours complained of foul smell emanating from her flat and informed police Chaudhary was a resident of Bhairavnath Society in Char Bungalow area in Andheri (West) After getting the information Amboli police rushed to the spot and broke open the door which was locked from outside for the last three-four days an official said After entering her flat police found a decomposed body of a woman who was later identified as Chaudhary he said Initially Amboli police registered an Accidental Death Report (ADR) the official said adding that it came to fore during the investigation that Chaudhary was murdered by unidentified person(s) Published Date: Jun 13 2017 09:53 AM | Updated Date: Jun 13 2017 09:53 AM tags: #actress #Andheri #Bollywood #Crime #Entertainment #India #Kritika Chaudhary #model #Mumbai #Murder #NewsTracker also see Engineering student strangulates mother to death burns body on Christmas Eve in Thiruvananthapuram Radhika Apte to star in a new movie alongside Oscar nominated actor Dev Patel Watch: Mukkabaaz song ‘Bahut Hua Samman’ is the motivational anthem of Anurag Kashyap’s sports drama A defiant Subramanian Swamy has challenged the expunging of his comments by the Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman calling the decision as arbitrary unreasonable and against the House rules The BJP MP said on Fridaythat he will also seek breach of privilege proceedings against Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad for "falsely" saying that the UPA government had blacklisted Finmeccanica the manufacturer of AgustaWestland choppers The BJP MP had made certain comments targeting Congress members yesterday while speaking on the issue of minority institution and Rajya Sabha Deputy Dhairman P J Kurien expunged them following vociferous protests from the opposition MPs Subramanian Swamy PTI He had told Swamy that he was "unnecessarily provoking others" and asked him to refrain from it An unrelenting Swamy tweeted today "I have filed a notice in the RS challenging the expunging of my words by the Dy Chairman since it is arbitrary unreasonable and against the RS rules" I have also filed a Notice in RS challenging the expunging of my words by Dy Chmn since it is arbitrary unreasonable and against RS Rules — Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) April 29 2016 In another tweet he said "Today I will seek to move a Breach of Privilege against Ghulam Nabi Azad for his falsely stating in the RS that the UPA had blacklisted Finmeccanica" Today I will seek to move a Breach of Privilege against Ghulam Nabi Azad for his falsely stating in RS that UPA had blacklisted Finmeccanica — Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) April 29 2016 Swami’s barbs at Congress have sparked protests in the House since he made his entry as a nominated member and the Chair has expunged some of his remarks mostly aimed at party chief Sonia Gandhi Azad on Thursdaysaid Swamy is just two days old in the House and his remarks have already been expunged twice "There are 365 days in a year how many times are you going to 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