STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Shiv Sena Bala Sahib Thackeray urged upon the President of India to direct the J&K Governor, Satya Pal Malik not to hold Assembly elections in J&K State till the Assembly seats for Jammu becomes at par with Kashmir. On the directions of State President Dimpy Kohli, Shiv Sena leaders held weekly Nukkad Sabha to fulfill their demands and to aware the people on delimitation. Manish Sahni, State General Secretary said that for the last seven decades Jammuties had always been victimized by every Government in the State to get their due share. Sahni said that the elections in J&K should be held only when seats of Jammu Assembly become equal to Kashmir. “If the Assembly elections are held forcibly, Shiv Sena shall request the people of Jammu region to press NOTA button,” he added. Sahni said that Jammuites have to depend upon the Kashmir leaders for their fundamental rights. He blamed the politician of the State and Centre who divided the people of Jammu and Kashmir for their political benefits. He said even the BJP after getting full support in the Centre and from Jammu people did not raise this demand and National Conference which is now making false promises as in past, were the drafters of the Bill which states that delimitation cannot be done till 2026. Sahni appealed to the President to do something for Jammuties before elections. He reiterated that his party would continue this kind of street meetings in Jammu province to make people aware about such discrimination and root cause of miseries of Jammuites. On the occasion, senior citizen and social worker S.R Chib along with dozens of youths joined the party fold. Working President Shiv Sena Ashwani Gupta welcomed the newly joined members and hoped that their joining would strengthen the party. Rajesh Kak, Vice President, Romesh Gupta, Harsh Kumar Gupta, Yash Pal Khajuria, Sect Raj Singh, Vikas Bakshi, senior leader Romesh Koul, Vikram Singh, Raju Salaria, Pawan Singh, Raju Chowdary, Dilbagh Singh, Sanjeev Soodan, Sanjeev Kumar (Boby), R.S Jamwal , Mangu Singh and Sanjeev Kohli.
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