J & K – PIB Release

Casualties in Firing by Pakistan Army (25 July 2017)
The details of ceasefire violations by Pakistan in Jammu & Kashmir and the Indian casualties.

Centre appoints Shri Dineshwar Sharma as its Representative in JK (23 October 2017)
The Centre appointed Shri Dineshwar Sharma, former Director of Intelligence Bureau,
as the Representative of Government of India to initiate and carry forward a dialogue with the elected representatives, various organizations and concerned individuals in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.

Ceasefire Violations J&K

Central Rule in J & K

Centre asks Security Forces not to launch operations in J&K during the holy month of Ramzan

Compensation for loss of milch animals due to cross-border firing in J&K increased

Failure in Checking Terrorist attacks in the Country

Government of India decides not to extend the Suspension of Operations in J&K announced in the beginning of Ramazan

Heavy firing by Pakistan

Internal Security Situation (19 July 2017)
The terrorists violence incidents in J&K, casualties of civilians / Security Forces (SFs) Personnel and terrorists killed from 2011 to 2017 (upto 9th July).

Military Ties With Foreign Countries (08 August 2017 )
India has signed agreements / Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) on defence cooperation with several countries, which cover a range of activities including training, exchange of personnel and financial aspects of cooperation.

Power Minister reviews the Power Sector Development in Jammu Kashmir (10 October 2017)
During the review, Shri Singh reiterated the commitment of Government of India to provide uninterrupted reliable power supply to all the citizens of the country including Jammu & Kashmir and advised all concerned to ensure electrification of remaining 100 census villages by December 2017.

POWERGRID completes Govt (02 November 2017 )
POWERGRID has successfully completed and charged 220 kV S/c Leh – Khalsti Line section of 220 KV S/c Alusteng (Srinagar) – Leh Transmission line, along with 220/66 kV GIS sub-stations at Leh and Khalsti on 31st Oct’17.

Rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits (01 August 2017 )
Due to onset of militancy in the State of Jammu and Kashmir during early 1990s, most of the Kashmiri Pandit families along with some other families migrated from Kashmir valley to Jammu, Delhi and other parts of the country. At present, there are about 62,000 registered Kashmiri migrant families in the country. The State Government of Jammu and Kashmir has informed that no cases of threat to Kashmiri Pandits living in the valley have been reported.