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JAMMU: Various associations of civil society and prominent leaders of different organizations on Sunday urged Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association Jammu (JKHCBAJ) to continue with the ongoing agitation for Jammu’s cause, and vowed for wholehearted support in carrying out the agenda taken up by the lawyers’ fraternity.
The decision in this regard was taken in a meeting held at High Court Complex wherein all the leaders of the civil society held threadbare discussions and gave their valuable views/suggestions and vowed for continuing the agitation under the leadership of JKHCBAJ President B.S. Slathia ( Senior Advocate) for resolution of the demands.
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JAMMU: Though Jammu Civil Society has urged the Bar Association Jammu for continuation of the ongoing strike, yet some prominent citizens have strongly pleaded for calling it off in the interest of litigants. Keeping in view the sufferings of people and litigants, the Bar Council of India has also desired that Jammu Bar Association should suspend its strike for the time being in the interest of a common man.
The speakers in unanimous voice appreciated the selfless efforts of the members of JKHCBAJ who have always come forward and supported the genuine cause and demands of nationalist people of the region whenever and where ever the Governments have failed to redress the genuine grievances of the public. The representatives of various organisations felt that the circumstances being created by the certain vested interests and supported by Kashmir Centric politicians under the camouflage is a threat to the social fabric, brotherhood and communal harmony of the Jammu region. The people of Jammu have felt betrayed as they have tested every political party, but injustice and discrimination with the people of Jammu is increasing day by day so much so that now the people fear for their security and safety. In one voice, the meeting said that Rohingyas and Bangladeshis illegally settled in and around Jammu are serious threat to the people of Jammu. They accused the Government of encouraging land grabbers by issuing communal directions in favour of particular community as also the nefarious designs of PDP to create a wedge between the communities in Jammu.
The President of Bar Association, assured all the participants of the Civil Society that their proposal shall be placed before the General House on April 16, 2018 for approval, which includes the shape, nature, composition and the modalities of carrying forward the agitation for fulfilling the demands for which the agitation was launched.
Prem Sadotra, General Secretary concluded the meeting with the vote of thanks.
Those who attended the meeting and spoke on the occasion include Prof. Hari Om, Naryan Singh (Amar Kashatriya Rajput Sabha, J&K), Paviter Singh, President (JPPF), Zorawar Singh, (Chairman Team Jammu), Dr. Ajay Chrangoo (Chairman, Panun Kashmir) Advocate Vikram Pangotra (State President Rashtriya Sarvodaya Party), Yash Pal Gupta, Neeraj Anand (President Trade Federation), Rajeev Mahajan (President Shri Ram Sena), Inderjeet Khajuria (Chairman Hotel and Lodges Association), M.L Sharma (JPPF), Dheeraj Mahajan (Warehouse Association), Deepak Gupta (General Secretary Warehouse ), Harsh Kumar Gupta (President Jammu Nav Nirwan Society), Ajit Jamwal, Shailender Aima, Ashwani Sharma, Dr. Agnishekar, Gourav Kapoor (State President National Youth front J&K), Tarun Uppal (National Core Committee Member Anna Hazara Movement), Pushpinder Singh (President JJSF), Atul Soodan State Vice President (JJSF), Pawan Chib (Rajput Sabha), Ajay Sharma (General Secretary IHRC), Sanjay Kumar (National Coordinator Panun Kashmir), Rajinder Singh (Sikh Progressive Front Jammu), Prem Nath (Stone Crushers President), Jatinder Kumar Sharma (President Bar Association Samba), Shivang Gupta (Earth News) Vishal Tandon, Kunal Kohli and Munish Chopta (Yuva Khatri Sabha J&K leaders), and Sumeshwar Kohli (Dogra Khatri Sabha General Secretary).
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