STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A delegation of Manvadhikar National Party (MNP) J&K unit led by its President, Sanjay Dhar met Relief Commissioner (Migrants) Jammu and discussed various problems being faced by Kashmiri Pandits. The delegation demanded removal of M-form for casting votes, renovation of quarters, allotment of accommodation to 1,400 migrant employees of PM Employment Package working in District Anantnag at Vessu, opening evening coaching centers in Jagti and Nagrota Jammu, early disposal of pending cases of migrants in different relief zones, construction of additional blocks for migrants, making Government Hospital Jagti fully functional with all requisite medicines free for poor and needy, etc. The Relief Commissioner gave a patient hearing to delegation and assured for taking every possible measures to resolve the highlighted issues at the earliest. The delegation comprised of State General Secretary (Org) Vinod Pandita, Incharge State Vishal Jutshi, Secretary K L Raina, Organiser Mohan Lal Bhat, Joint Secretary Ashok Kumar Koul, Mahila Wing President Meenakshi Wali, Vice President Displaced Migrants Anju Raina, Vice President Mahila Wing Rekha Koul and Jai Kishori Kaw.
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