|Early Times Report|
Jammu, July 17: Dogra Brahman Pratinidhi Sabha (DBPS), today urged the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister to review the so called resolution passed by previous regimes, stalling of the process for delimitation of assembly constituencies in J&K State.
They demanded constituting delimitation commission headed by a retired Judge of the Supreme court to demarcation of the Assembly segment considering the population and geographical areas and announcement in this regard be made in the current session of Parliament so that the confusion and uncertainty among the nationalist forces of Jammu an Ladakh regions could come to an end.
Sabha leadership also said that this wrongly stalling of delimitation has not only discriminated the political class but had also evoked a sense of insecurity among the people of Jammu and Ladakh regions. "considering the population, area, voter strength constituency-wise; Jammu and Ladakh regions were discriminated by delimitation resolution," Ved Parkash Sharma, President DBPS said while addressing meeting of the Sabha activists here.
"First step in the direction will be revoking 2002 constitutional amendment in the state constitution by which amended to stop delimitation for census after 2026, which was the main cause for heart burning of Jammu and Ladhak people," he said.
Sabha Vice-president Virendar Mohan Magotra, Satyanand Sharma, Subash Shastri, Chander Mohan Sharma convener Jammu Tawi Andolan. Jagan Nath Sharma, Nanak Chand Sharma, Mohan Lal Sharma, Ramesh Sharma, Shiv Ram Sharma, K.L. Sharma, Gurdas Sharma, Jia Lal Sharma, S.S. Bharu, Prem Balotra, Som Nath, Satpal Sharma, Raman Sharma, Satpal Khajuria and others.