JKNPP seeks public support for May 27 shutdown

Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) today hold a meeting of its Working Committee to chalk out future course of action on the sensitive issue of AIIMS, New recruitment Policy including shabby treatment doled out to the need based workers, daily wagers, contractual workers of Jammu region.
JKNPP seeks public support for May 27 shutdown
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Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) today hold a meeting of its Working Committee to chalk out future course of action   on the sensitive issue of AIIMS, New recruitment Policy including shabby treatment doled out to the need based workers, daily wagers, contractual workers of Jammu region.

As per press release, the meeting was chaired by party's chairman Harsh Dev Singh where in Working Committee discussed overall political scenario of the state.   

The Working Committee hailed the initiative taken by the Panthers Party to launch the 'colossal movement' for the restoration of AIIMS to Jammu  . 

The committee also acknowledged that the Party's struggle has borne fruits 'as it has galvanized all the sects of the civil society to come to launch a crusade against   obnoxious discrimination meted out to Jammu region'. 

Speaking on the occasion Harsh Dev Singh appealed to all the sects of the society including the businessmen, traders and shopkeepers, youth, intellectuals, various political and non-political organizations and the students to observe  complete shut down on May 27th at all costs for the sake of Dogra's pride and honour. 

He also expressed his resentment over the plight and most shabby treatment doled out to the daily rated, casual, need based and contractual workers who were divested of their hard earned wages for the last several months. 

 Balwant Singh Mankotia   Rajesh Padgotra, Shyam Gorkha, Ashok Randhawa and others also spoke on the occasion.

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