NSUI delegation along with Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma after submitting the memorandum.
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RAJOURI: A deputation of youth under the banner of National Students Union of India NSUI led by Iftkhar Ahmed All India Election Commissioner NSUI and Youth Congress met Center’s Special Representative Dineshwar Sharma and submitted a memorandum of demands including Revocation of SRO 202 at Conference Hall Dak Bunglow Rajouri.
The delegation comprised of Nadeem Ahmed Mir Secretary LYC Jammu -Poonch, Shabir Choudhary State General Secretary NSUI, Imtiaz Khan, District President NSUI Rajouri, Aquib Wani, Shoaib Malik Rahul Sharma and Israr Talib.
A delegation of Beopar Mandal Nowshera led by its President Bharat Bhushan, deputation of Pahari Speaking People under the leadership of Kuldeep Raj Gupta Vice Chairman State Advisory Board and border people led by Sarpanch Sukhdev Singh met Dineshwar Sharma during his visit to Nowshera and highlighted their demands.
The anguished people of the area demanded permanent solution to the border conflict, safe and satisfactory arrangements for the education of their children, construction of shell proof bunkers, declaring Nowshera as district, immediate posting of Additional DC, special recruitment for unemployed border youths and grant of Pahari Status to the Pahari people. They also demanded return of Kashmiri Pandits to Valley with proper security similar to the Sikh community there.
Meanwhile, a delegtaion of Sangarsh Movement also submitted a memorandum to Dineshwar Sharma emphasising for resolving all issues through dialogue and arbitration with deep humanitarian concern as its core in general and focusing to resolve issues of grave discrimination with twin border districts of Rajouri and Poonch in particular. Advocate Shoket Ali stressed that government must create mechanism and culture to cease inter and intra regional discrepancies and discrimination in all aspects of development as far as the twin border districts are concerned.
Sarpanch Muneer Mirza stressed for developing religious spots like Shahdara Sharief of Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah Ziarat, Veer Bhadeshwar, Nangali Sahib, Buddha Amarnath, etc. as the tourist destinations of national and international levels so that the tourists can visit the area and get acquainted with the rich cultural and mosaic heritage of the area and this will also result in the economic emancipation, as also shall create new job avenues for the unemployed youth.
The delegation comprised of Vikrant Sharma, Advocate Israr Mirza, Kanav Badyal, Ankush Bardwaj, Owais Chouhan, Atul Kumar, Muzafir Mir and Amjid All.
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