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DAP protest against land eviction order in Kathua
1/18/2023 10:46:19 PM

Early Times Report

Kathua, Jan 18: Hundreds of workers, leaders on Wednesday staged the peaceful protest in Kathua against the land eviction order by the Jammu and Kashmir government. The DAP protesters urged the government to revoke the order of land eviction which is affecting the poor people in Jammu and Kashmir. The memorandum was submitted to the DC Kathua by Subash Gupta Vice President Jammu Province & Brijeshwar Singh President DAP Kathua in presence of General Secretary DAP R.S. Chib, Vice Chairman G.M. Saroori, Jugal Kishore Sharma Provincial President, Salman Nizami Chief Spokesperson, Ch. Gharu Ram, Vinod Misra, General Secretary, Maheshwar Singh, Provincial Genreal Secretary, Hira Lal Abrol, State Secretary, Dr. Amar Chand Bhagat, Davinder Singh Bindoo, Naresh Gupta Provincial Vice President, Ghulam Hyder Malik, Davinder Singh Bindu, Aradhna Andotra & others. General Secretary DAP said “The order is anti poor. It shall be revoked immediately by the government.
It is hitting the poor and needy people,” they said. They also submitted the memorandum to the district development commissioner in which the party termed the order of eviction unfair and anti people. “We want this order to be revoked immediately. We can’t keep watching the sufferings of our people. Instead government shall frame the policies to empower the people,” he said.
The party leaders said that the protest was organized on the instructions of party Chief Ghulam Nabi Azad. They said DAP is working for the socioeconomic empowerment of people and it will fight against all those orders which are hurting the interests of common people. Among others who participated in the protest were Arjun Singh, Advocate Ajat Shatru, Kamal Singh, Rajinder Thakur, Ashutosh Raina, Sarpanch Nawab Din, Surjeet Singh, Tarseem Singh & others.
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