The AIIMS Coordination Committee today said 'it will continue agitation till Jammu gets All India Institute of Medical science (AIIMS) and Artificial Lake'.
AIIMS Coordination Committee is determined to take the agitation to its logical conclusion and warns the ruling alliance in Jammu and Kashmir to pay immediate heed to the sentiments of the people of Jammu, Committee Chairman and Bar Association president, Abhinav Sharma said here today in a statement.
He cautioned centre and state governments to concede both the popular demands before it is too late," he said, adding "The coalition will be wholly and solely responsible if it dithers and delays its decision to restore the decision of setting up of AIIMS in Jammu as also complete the Tawi lake project to completion".
He said the ongoing agitation for the establishment of AIIMS and completion of artificial lake project over Tawi in Jammu 'is purely a peoples' movement supported by all'.
"The agitation is not guided by any political party. The JKHCBA took the initiative at the insistence of the people of Jammu and the entire spectrum of civil society organizations of the province for the protection and promotion of the Jammu cause. The
The AIIMS Coordination Committee has, he said, asked the elected representatives from Jammu province to take the people of Jammu very seriously and immediately make their stand clear.
The AIIMS Coordination Committee, he said, will meet on Monday in the premises of Jammu Bar (High Court) at 12 o'clock to take stock of the situation and decide about the future course of action.