Panthers party demands halt to Darbar move
Jammu, Apr 25: To demand an end to government's practice of Darbar moving/shifting of top offices - Assembly, Secretariat and Rajbhawan - between the twin capital cities, the JKNPP will hold a protest dharna at the Raj Bhawan on April 27.
"We demand there should be an end to the practice of Darbar movement between Jammu and Srinagar started during the days of Dogra Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir. The period of Kings have gone but the practice continues even today by a democratic government", Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party vice president Sardar Daljeet Singh told reporters here today.
Panthers Party will organise a protest dharna at the Raj Bhawan in Jammu on 27th April 2012 to press for its demand to put an end to the practise of Darbar movement, he said.
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