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All India Jat Mahasabha conducts meeting
1/20/2020 10:10:58 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 20: A meeting of All India Jat Mahasabha (AIJMS) was held at village Chak Salaria, wherein, Tehsil Ramgarh Manmohan Singh President AIJMS J&K and Darshan Singh Chairman BDC Ramgarh were invited as chief patrons.
The meeting was organized by local Jat community member Rashpal Singh and his team.
The welcoming committee presented the chief guests with shawls, turban and garlands and expressed their gratitude for the work done by Manmohan Singh for their people.
Manmohan Singh thanked the members present there and credited his team and fellow community members for their support in his quest to address issues. He informed people that he is consistently in talks with the Central Govt. authorities to grant OBC status to Jats of J&K UT at par with jats residing in rest of India.
He also told them that currently he is focusing on getting a legible amount as compensation for farmers, who lost 2 crop seasons to rainfall and hailstorms. The compensation amount of Rs 675 per kanal seems as a joke to us, as just the plowing of 1 kanal of land by tractor costs about Rs 600-900. The government should pay minimum of Rs 2000 per kanal. Under that amount, nothing is acceptable.
He added that in other states Govt. provides subsidies on provision of electricity, water supply and other facilities. The farmers of our state should get the same benefit from the Govt. They need our support at most.
Manmohan Singh on this occasion requested the people of Jat community to stay united and maintain harmony with each other. And not just with members of our community but with other community members too.
Choudhary said that we should support each other and stay away from provocative elements who try to mislead people and misguide them for their own benefit. All India Jat Mahasabha is not a political party and does not support political agendas. It dates back to more than a 100 years, with many personalities, such as Chotu Ram, first National President and others.
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