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BILLAWAR: Panthers Party is committed to alleviate problems of people by reaching out to the far-off hamlets of the State and getting first hand information from those facing neglect of indifferent dispensation reining J&K.
This was stated by Panthers Party youth leader Manoj Kumar Magluria while addressing a gathering at village Ballot in Magloor Panchayat here on Saturday.
People apprised the Panthers Party leader about dismal condition of link roads connecting villages like Ballot, Garh, Mallini, Sarah, Pallai, etc. They demanded up-gradation of these link roads on priority. They urged Manoj to raise their demands at the concerned forums. Sukhdev Singh, Narayan Singh, Rajesh Singh, Angrez Singh, Ch. Chhato Din, Swarn Singh, Balwan Singh, Parkash Singh and Sarbjeet Singh accompanied Manoj during the tour.
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