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KISHTWAR: The Congress Party organised a protest over Rafale deal at District Headquarter Kishtwar on Thursday, seeking a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the matter.
Led by All India Congess Committee (AICC) Secretary in-Charge, J&K, Shakeel Ahmad, and Vice president of Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC), Ghulam Mohammad Saroori, a large number of senior Congress leaders and workers protested outside the old DC Office Kishtwar, and marched towards the office of the new DC office complex. They also raised slogans seeking a JPC probe into the Rafale deal. The party submitted a memorandum to the President of India through ADDC, Kishtwar Shri. Imam Din.
While addressing the protestors, Shakeel Ahmad demanded a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into Rafale fighter aircraft deal with France, alleging that it has caused huge loss to the country’s exchequer. Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not go through the Defence Procurement Procedure in respect of the Rafael deal which did not have the mandatory approval of the Cabinet Committee on Security also, Shakeel alleged.
Prominent among those who attended this protest march including Narinder Sharma, President DCC Kishtwar Mohinder Singh Parihar, Mohd Aslam Malik, Asif Jahan, Kuldeep Kumar, Haji Ghulam Hussain Mir, Master Ganaie, Tariq Hussain Mintoo, Mohd Iqbal Keen, Aktar Hussain Khurwaey, Bashir Ahmed Sheikh, Ali Mohd, Haji Ghulam Qadir Sheikh, Asgar Hussain Khangi, Altaf Hussain Malik, Haji Ghulam Mohd Mir, Tanveer Ahmed, Jaffer Hussain, Mohd Amin Khan, Bidya Lal Sharma, Sheikh Basharat, Abdul Hameed, Mohd Saleem, Mohd Sultan, Farooq Ahmed, Chowdhary Ashraf, Mushtaq Ahmed, Bilal Ahmed, Mohd Rafiq Sheikh, Altaf Butt, Pervaz Kichloo, Mehraj Ud Din, Bashir Ahmed, Azeez Mohd, Khalid Hussain Sheikh, Seva Ram, Abdul Majeed Rahi, Ved Prakash, Mohd Ramzan, Abdul Salam, Mohd Rafiq Shah, Mohd Rustum, Rashid Ahangar, Mohd AMin Kiraypak, Zahid Hussain, Noor Hussain, Ghulam Hussain Shah, Suman Bhandari, Firdous Mingnoo, Waseem Maker, Waseem Saroori, Randeep Bhandari, Rahul Gupta, Akshay Goswani, Sahil Kotwal, Farooq Tappal, Rangaeil Singh, Seri Lal and Ravi Kumar.
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