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Over 100 youth, several women join Panthers Party in Ward 16
8/23/2018 11:02:21 PM
Early Times Report
jammu, Aug 23: Reposing faith in the Panthers party scores of women and over 100 youth left BJP and joined Panthers Party in the presence of Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and other leaders in a grand function held at Ward 16 , New Plot in Jammu West constituency today. Manju Singh Gen Secy, Gagan Pratap Singh State Secy, Neeraj Gupta Zonal President, Pratap Singh Vice President Young Panthers, Tarsem Rakwal were also present on the occasion.
Prominent among those who joined JKNPP included Rajni Rohmetra, Sushma Gupta, Jyoti Arora, Suneel Mehta, Anil Sudan, Naresh Gupta, Saurab Verma, Suneel Angral, Sanjay Sharma, Gorav Singh, Vinay Khajuria, Ajay Gupta, Manohar Lal, Aditya Sharma, Pankaj Bhagat, Pranshu Sodhi, Sunil Sharma, Pratham Chib, Abhishek Sodhi, Abhishek Gupta, Munish Kumar, Aman Kumar, Satyam Sharma, Anant Sharma, Paras Mehra, Anish Sharma, Rishav Sharma, Vasu Gupta, Robin Manni, Aryan Gandotra, Vishal Jatt, Vishal Kumar, Aditya Pandya besides others.
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