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Manavadhakar National Party discusses issues of KP Community
11/13/2018 10:33:12 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 13: A meeting of Manavadhakar National Party J&K was held under the chairmanship of its State President Sanjay Dhar and discussed and deliberate upon the various pertinent issues being faced by the Kashmiri Pandit community living in exile for last more than 28 years for the early addressal.
While addressing gathering , Sanjay Dhar president highlighted the pertinent issues viz; rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits back in valley with honour and dignity , preservation and upkeep of temples and shrines in Kashmir valley, chance of employment be given to the matriculate KP youth in PM Package, construction of adequate residential quarters for KP employees working in Valley under PM Package, implementation of PM Package in true letter and spirit, opening of degree college at Jagti and appealed to the Governor administration to address these issues at the earliest.
Vinod Pandita who attended the meeting as special invitee while speaking on the occasion congratulated the MNP State president and its oarty cadre for opening its party office at Jammu for the people across the state for listing/mitigating their problems . He urged upon the State Government to immediately repair and renovate the residential quarters of Migrants constructed at different hamlets in Jammu at the earliest as they are in dilapidated conditions, others leaders who spoke on the occasion were Vishal jotshi, K.LRaina, Suresh Raina, Dazy Dhar. Gurmukh Singh, Meenakshi Wali and Vishal Singh.
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