Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   CS for focus on agriculture extension and quality inputs to increase the productivity | Div Com, IGP review arrangements for Republic Day 2024 | DDC Reasi reviews progress of Jal Jeevan Mission Schemes | Atal Dulloo Applauded for Exemplary COVID-19 Crisis Management by Nirbhay Bharat Foundation and JKSBA Leaders | Kavinder chairs monthly review meeting of Reasi assembly constituency | Bajaj Allianz Life Expands Presence in Jammu & Kashmir with its divisional office in Srinagar | BIS Raids Toughened Glass Unit in Samba, for Violating Safety Standards | Advisor Bhatnagar reviews functioning of GMCs, district hospitals of Jammu Division | Reshuffle in Prosecution Department | Administrative Secretary of IT, UT Ladakh, Amit Sharma Chairs Meeting on C-DAC E-Pramaan Authentication and E-Services | Omar takes U-turn: Tral no more Tora Bora of Kashmir, situation has improved | ‘Will continue fight for restoration of J&K’s dignity’ | PDP mulling to skip LS polls, courtesy NC | JKP mourns Inspector Masroor’s loss; DGP Swain vows stronger stand against terrorism | NIA attaches properties of 2 key LeT operatives in South Kashmir | 4 die in Zojila accident | Kashmir: Police issue guidelines to curb Social Media misuse | Freezing cold intensifies in Kashmir | Dheeraj Gupta convenes public darbar in Budgam, assesses local issues | Four accused arrested under Arms act by Satwari Police | Awareness camp on Nasha Mukht Bharat, BBBP held at Tikri | MHAC school Nagbani hosts DAV National Sports 2023 cluster level tournament, emerges overall champion | GDC Paloura hosts Yuva Vani awareness program on holistic Agriculture Development” | “GDC Thannamandi, agriculture Deptt empower students through YUVA VANI orientation programme” | Innerwheel club samparak empowers girls with self-defense training | GDC Billawar transforms campus ambiance with vibrant floral makeover | GDC Dharmari hosts YuvaVani workshop to promote agricultural awareness | GDC Vijaypur collaborates with election office for informative lecture on voting rights | Traffic Management | Back Issues  
news details
BMS honors trade union leader for lifetime workers advocacy
9/13/2023 10:18:05 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 13: Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) Jammu & Kashmir organized a special program in both Jammu and Kathua to pay tribute to the late L. Sardar Lakshman Ravinder Singh, a revered trade union leader. Singh dedicated his entire life to organizing workers in the unorganized sector, facilitating the registration of unions under the Trade Union Act, and advocating for the welfare of underprivileged laborers, especially those in the private sector. He also assisted thousands of workers in availing benefits under various labor laws.
Sardar Lakshman Ravinder Singh was deputed to Jammu and Kashmir by the central BMS in 1977 to organize workers. Today, BMS stands as the largest labor organization in Jammu and Kashmir, thanks to his tireless efforts.
To commemorate the fourth-year anniversary of Sardar Lakshman Ravinder Singh's passing, a Pooja (prayer ceremony) was organized at the BMS office in his memory. The event saw the presence of notable figures including Ashfaq Ahemad Chohan, Neelam Sharma (President and General Secretary of BMS), Harbans Choudhary (Working President), Ashok Choudhary (Organizing Secretary), Mukesh Kumar (State Secretary of BMS), and S. Chanan Singh Toor (Chairman of the Central Board for Workers Education). Also present were Swarna Choudhary and Roshu Sharma (President and General Secretary, respectively, of the Aganwadi Workers Welfare Association), Chunni Lal (Convener of Paryavaran Manch), Subash Chander (Office Secretary), Romesh Lal Malhotra, Roop Lal, Balbinder Singh, and Kuldeep Raj Sharma.
Following the Pooja ceremony, a langar (community kitchen) was organized at Prade in Jammu, with the participation of hundreds of workers and members of the general public. The langar served as a symbol of communal unity and solidarity.
The event underscored the enduring legacy of L. Sardar Lakshman Ravinder Singh and celebrated his tireless commitment to workers' rights and welfare. It also highlighted the continued dedication of Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh to the cause of labor advocacy and social justice.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center