JKPYC to hold ‘talent hunt’ in Kashmir after Eid
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Jammu, Aug 21: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress (JKPYC) on Sunday decided to hold its talent hunt in Kashmir valley after the Eid.
The decision was taken in the first state executive council meeting of the Youth Congress held under the chairmanship of Amrinder Singh Raja, All India general secretary of the organisation here, insiders told Greater Kashmir.
Chetan Chouhan, PYC national secretary and Shoaib Lone, state president of JKPYC were also present in the meeting. The state and district level office bearers of JKPYC also attended the meeting.
Deliberating on various issues confronting the Youth Congress in Jammu and Kashmir, Raja asked the district and block level heads to constitute committees by the end of next month. Taking a serious note of ongoing factionalism within the Youth Congress, Raja also asked the PYC workers to work in close coordination to achieve their goals.
The meeting also chalked out the strategy for upcoming programmes, protests and other functions of the organisations in the state.
Meanwhile, a strong group of PYC activists, who were not included in the state and district level committees, also reached the venue of the meeting and showed their anguish over the selection process.
They alleged that new appointed office bearers of PYC were selected on “political considerations”.
Raja pacified the activists and said that the PYC would soon come out with the second selection list. He also exhorted for maintaining discipline within the organisation.
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