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Lal Singh appeals masses to come under banner of DSS
11/28/2018 9:59:05 PM
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Jammu, Nov 28: Ch Lal Singh while addressing the public rallies at border villages Gandli and Morarichack reiterated that Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan has already released a Vision Document comprising of 25 point program and Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan is committed for the implementation of all the points listed in the document.
He also called for unity of Dogras and appealed to the masses to come under the banner of Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan and said that this is the only organization which is committed for the cause and the development of Dogras. He also appealed to the people to give massive participation in the ongoing Panchyat Election and ensure the victory of those candidates who are committed to the Vision of Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan and always stand for the nation first. Number of Sarpanch and Panch candidates also joined Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan in the rally.
While addressing the gathering Gen. Secretary Dr. Hari Dutt Shishu called for unity of Dogras and appealed people to come under the banner of Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan. Further he appealed to the youth of the area to join youth wing of Sanghtan to fight against the ongoing apathy of the Dogras of Jammu. He further said that the root cause of the discrimination with Jammu is the manipulative division of the state by the former CM Sheikh Abdhulla.
Earlier president Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan, Ch Lal Singh held the public meeting at Chhani Himmant, and inaugurated its new District office at Chhani Himat Jammu in presence of its district president Pushpinder Singh Charak.
Satpaul Bhagat and Akhtar Hussain of Blessa of Bhaderwah today Joined Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan at its Gandinagar office.
While speaking on the occasion of joining of the DSS Mr Akhtar Hussain said that vision document of the Dogra Swabhiman Sanghtan is the inclusive document epitomizing the sentiments and sufferings of the Jammu region, irrespective of any caste, creed and religion.
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