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Aijaz Ahmed Khan files nomination from Thuroo DDC constituency
11/17/2020 10:35:28 PM
Early Times Report
REASI, Nov 17: Apni Party Vice President and Former Minister Aijaz Ahmed Khan today filed his nomination papers from Thuroo District Development Council constituency.
The Former Minister filed nomination papers from Thuroo DDC constituency on public demand. In this seat, the DDC polls will be held under phase three on December 4, 2020.
"Our focus is development of infrastructure, health sector, education sector and to redress other needs of the people in general of all the people Reasi and Thuroo in particular," said Aijaz Ahmed Khan.
Khan said that the Apni Party has come into being for the unity and integrity among the people and "we oppose any kind of divisive politics."
The Apni Party Vice President said the development of the far-flung areas and providing them better health care is my prime focus and hoped that the Govt will help in providing needed basic amenities to the people of neglected districts.
"The nomads are still facing problems in Dhoks. Their traditional pastures have also been restricted in many areas. We will also fight for the protection of their rights," said Khan.
He said that poor nomads have no other source of earning and their dependence upon the forests should be realized by the Forest Department by opening suitable traditional pastures for the Gujjars-Bakarwals.
"The complaints of alleged harassment of the nomads have disconnected the tribal community which always stood for national cause in J&K," he added.
He demanded that the tribals should not be harassed by the Forest Department and they should be allowed to access their grazing land across J&K.
"They have been protecting forests for centuries with their cattles and live-stocks. However, targeting them in the name of protection to the green gold should be avoided and they should be permitted to live in the forests," said Khan.
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