Shopian sarpanchs, panchs threaten stir

Srinagar, Apr 17: Sarpanchs and Panchs from south Kashmir’s Shopian district Tuesday threatened to resign if Additional Deputy Commissioner, who was suspended recently, was not reinstated in the district. 
 “We will hold demonstrations and resign from the posts if the ADC was not reinstated soon,” a delegation of Panchs and Sarpanchs said.

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