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Kashmiri Pandits important part of Kashmir: Ali Mohd Sagar

Kashmiri Pandits important part of Kashmir: Ali Mohd Sagar
Ali Mohd Sagar

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Jammu , 19 Nov 2015

Ali Mohd Sagar General Secretary J&K National Conference while interacting with the minority cell of J&K National Conference (KP’s) asserted that minority cell of J&K National Conference is the important organ of the party and it has to play a constructive role to mitigate sufferings of the minority community. He said KP’s are visionary and intelligent and without them Kashmir shall remain incomplete. National Conference is committed to settle them in their homes from were they migrated. He assured them full support to mitigate their issues.

MK Yogi President NC Minority cell while  introducing minority cell members to  General Secretary  said that they are committed to uplift the minority community as per the polices and programmes of the party which can keep the state united . United Jammu, Kashmir and ladakh is the crown of secular India. Time has come to fight divisive forces who are hell bent to divide the state on communal, regional and linguistic basis .Mr Yogi also highlighted the problems being faced by minority community like relief, teaching staff, in educational institution, unemployment of educated youth and accommodation in the camps and non camp. He assured the General Secretary that Minority Cell will strengthen the National Conference party at gross root level.

The meeting was also addressed by Bushan Lal Bhat Ex- MLC Chairman of NC Minority cell He also presented vote of thanks.Those who were present Bal Krishan Bhat, Amit Koul, Ashok Koul, Abay Bakaya, Master Roshan Lal Bhat, Subham Ji Pandita, Ved Lal Pandita, Ajay Kher, B.L Bhan , S. Harminder Singh, Nana Ji Dembi, Bharat Bhushan Bhat, Ramesh Bharti, Bittu Ji Bhat, A.K Raina, Kashyap Tickoo, R.L Bhat, TK koul, Roop Krishan, Chaman Lal Mantoo, Manoj Ji Tickoo and others. (KNS)

 

 

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