Aman Committee meets at Sonamarg
Srinagar, July 24: Jammu and Kashmir Aman Committee held a meeting at Sonamarg in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district under the chairmanship of District President, Haji Abdul Rehman Magray, a spokesman of the Committee said in a statement.
He said the meeting was attended by State secretary, Syed Abdul Rashid and State Organizer, Nazir Ahmad Khan. State President JKAC, G N Mir was the chief guest on the occasion. “He explained the aims and objectives of Aman Committee to the participants and urged them to strengthen the democratic and secular forces for the restoration of peace and prosperity in the state,” the spokesman added.
The meetings also nominated following office bearers for the district committee:
Noor Muhammad Ahangar and Muhammad Munawar Lone were nominated as district vice presidents, Ghulam Nabi Mir and Syed Abbas Shah as district secretaries, Muhammad Yusuf Mir and Muhammad Sikandar Malik as district joint secretaries,
Gulzar Ahmad Wani as district publicity secretary, Farooq Ahmad district treasurer and Ghulam Muhammad Ganai as district organizer.
The district presidents were asked to complete the membership drive within a month and nominate two members for the induction into the state committee.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 24 Jul 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 24 Jul 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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