|Early Times Report|
JAMMU, Feb 26: Dogra Brahman Pratinidhi Sabha Parade appealed to the Lt. Governor UT Jammu and Kashmir to come out with executive order for performing all official and administrative work in Hindi.
"Since erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir has now become Union Territory, all administrative and officials meetings and issuance of further orders should be in Hindi language," said Ved Parkash Sharma, president of DBPS, while addressing a meeting with office bearers.
He said that in Delhi and also in Chandigarh, long established as Union Territories, the official work is performed in Hindi. Hindi is a beautiful language combining in it all elements of national integration which is the need of the hour.
He further said that the people of State were always with the UT. Lt. Governor's every bold decisions for speeding up development activities, strengthening democracy at grass root level and ensuring accountability and good governance.
Demanding fresh census and delimitation of UT Assembly segments, he expressed deep concern over the nefarious agenda of bureaucrats in J&K, will enslave Jammu region adding that population of Jammu is equal to Kashmir
Urging PM and Union Home Minister's Sharma further hoped that they would see the game plan of these bureaucrats and demanded that delimiting of UT Assembly constituencies on the basis of upcoming census instead of previous census.
Senior member Advocate P C Sharma came out with suggestion to increase the circle of Sanskrit language and to double the efforts to popularize the same. He appealed the community members to impose self-motivated guest control on marriages and other functions. Sabha vice-president V M. Magotra, Satyanand Sharma, Subash Shastri, Advocate Chander Mohan Sharma, Jagan Nath Sharma, Nanak Chand Sharma, Madan Lal Sharma, Ramesh Sharma, Shiv Ram Sharma, Pt Barita Ram Sharma, M L Padha, Gurdas Sharma, Jia Lal Sharma, S S Baru, Prem Balotra, Som Nath Magotra, Som Nath Sharma, Devinder Sharma (Babu), Rajesh Bargotra, Satpal Sharma, Raman Sharma, Ram Rattan Sharma, Sunil Sharma and prominent social activist Retired Deputy Commissioner B S Jamwal were present in the meeting and they paid rich tributes to Bhagwan Parshuram jee as well as Acharya Chanakya jee.