Jammu Redefining Magazine Vol. 2 No. 3

www.jammuredefine.in Fortnightly Jammu Redefining Vol. 2 No: 3 Exploring the Unexplored Jammu RegionManwal Temples February 9, 2014--February 22, 2014 4 Pages 8 CASH STARVED J&K GOVT SPEND LAVISHLY ON COMFORTS OF COUNCIL OF MINISTERS 6 Price Rs. 3/- TALLER THAN EIFFEL TOWER, THE SKY BRIDGE OVER CHENAB IS INCHING CLOSER TO MAKING HISTORY 8 JAMMU REDEFINING HAS EXPOSED EX- MOS IN OCTOBER HE white lies propagated by the ex-MoS Health Shabir Ahmad Khan have been completely exposed as the family members of the deceased girl, Pooja, who died due to Dengue on September 29, had produced hospital records of her admission and treatment she received in the govt hospital before she was shifted to a private hospital in Pathankot. Giving a statement in the house, MOS Shabir Ahmad Khan had claimed that Pooja was neither seen nor given treatment by doctors of J&K Health services. In his statement he also maintained that she was shifted to a private hospital in Pathankot and from there to another hospital in Ludhiana where she died. However, hospital records accessed by the reporter of Jammu Redefining completely exposed the half-truths propagated by the ex-minister on the floor of the house. T C J.R NEWS SERVICE ONGRESS MLA from Rajouri Shabir Ahmad Khan holding the charge of MoS Health before he resigned under pressure after he was slapped with charges of sexual assault on a woman doctor is not new to a controversy. His stint in the Health department has created more noises for all the wrong reasons than improving the health of the department. Though he occupied the 'hot seat' CMYK for little more than one year and in a short span of time he managed well to create an image of a workaholic who was fond of mixing his work schedule with his leisure trips. He often took long breaks from busy schedule and remained conspicuous with his absence for longer durations. The meeting between a lady doctor and the minister in the civil secretariat complex in Srinagar would not have created flutter had minister (Contd. on Page 3)