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Extend 10 pc reservation benefits to general category of State: Vishal Khatri Sabha
1/29/2019 10:03:25 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 29: Vishal Khatri Sabha organised the meeting to discuss the implementation of government guidelines to make available ten percent quotas to members of Khatri community in the state of J&K.
It was stressed upon that quota has already been made available to people of rest of states, however General Category people especially Khatris have been deprived of their rights. The meeting was chaired by president of Vishal Khatri Sabha Devinder Seth who said appropriate representation in this respect will be submitted to Governor for implementation of new quota policy . He stressed that this quota of 10% will be in addition to the existing quota, hence will not be having any negative impact on the existing quota of reservation being given to other reserved sections.
He said that the step will give a sigh of relief to the crores of families living below poverty line and not having access to the good education and other amenities. He appealed to the Centre Government along with President of India and Governor of J&K State to extend the benefit to the residents of J&K State as soon as possible so that the common man living in this part of State could also be benefitted by the landmark decision.
He urged to the President of India to extend the benefit of 10 per cent reservation to the persons belonging to poor among the general category people living in J&K, in view of the fact that the act will not be directly implemented in the State due to the existence of Article 370.Prominent among those present on the occasion include Hari Gandotra, SC Rekhi, Mohan Gandotra, Rahul Kapoor, SL Abrol, TR Puri were also present.
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