BJP extends support to APMCC
Jammu, Oct 9: Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) today extended its support to the indefinite hunger strike launched by All Party Migrant Coordination Committee (APMCC) demanding opening of pilgrimage route to Sharda Peeth temple in Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) and passing of Temple and Shrines bill in Jammu and Kashmir.
The senior BJP leader and MLA East Jammu, Ashok Khajuria visited the venue at press club and expressed his dismay over the “indifference” of the Government towards the religious places belonging to minority community.
Meanwhile, the president Jammu Province Peoples Forum (JPPF), Paviter Singh also extended his organization’s support to the agitation and sat on the hunger strike which entered third day today.
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