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Yuva Panthers discuss youth' issues
4/21/2019 10:18:14 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Apr 21: Activists of Yuva Panthers held a meeting at JKNPP office, here regarding the burning issues related to the youth and also discussed on working of yuva panthers. The meeting was held under the chairmanship of State Vice President YP, Partap Singh Jamwal accompanied with Tarsem Singh Distt. President YP, Bhanu Partap Goria Jammu West President & Raghav Talwar Zonel President YP. During the meeting, Partap Singh Jamwal said that BJP-PDP had totally succumbed to the commands of Kashmiri leadership by sacrificing the aspirations of the people of Jammu region only for the greed of power.
He divulged that youth in particular had voted overwhelmingly in favour of the BJP in the Assembly elections but they appeared to be the major victims of Saffron brigade's acts of betrayals and subterfuge. He said that daily wagers and casual workers of PHE, PDD, PWD, I&FC, Agriculture, Forest, Tourism, Health & Medical Education, etc were languishing in open protesting for their genuine demands of regularization of services and release of pending wages. In this meeting, Partap Singh announced Kapil Mehra as Jammu West Vice President YP & Nitish Sharma as appointed Zonel President (Bhalwal Marh) YP.
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