'Agitation to continue'
Jammu, Aug 6: Notwithstanding the Union HRD Ministry’s reported approval to appoint former Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir as the first Vice-Chancellor (V-C) of Central University Jammu (CUJ), the warring groups on Saturday categorically stated that they would continue their agitation till formal orders of V-C’s appointment are issued.
“Our struggle shall continue till formal orders of V-C’s appointment are issued by HRD Ministry. We don’t trust the government as it has deliberately delayed the establishment of Central University in Jammu,” Paviter Singh, chairman Jammu Province People’s Forum (JPPF) said here.
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