STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee on Friday asked the government to give due representation to the different ethnic sections in Jammu and Kashmir in the Public Service Commission (PSC) and other such institutions. In a statement JKPCC Chief, G.A Mir and other senior leaders urged the Lt. Governor to give due representation to STs, OBCs and Sikh minority and other such ethnic sections in the J&K PSC and other such institutions, as has been the position in the past also. They said that different sections are highlighting their grievances in this regard due to non inclusion in these institutions, as per past practice. In view of this the government should consider these demands in the light of legal and constitutional provisions and past practice and procedure as well as sentiments and aspirations of theses sections, with suitable choices of eligibility and integrity, they said adding that it will go well in the heterogeneous society and pluralistic character of Jammu and Kashmir. Signatories include Vice Presidents Raman Bhalla, Mula Ram, G.M. Saroori,, Haji Abdul Rashid, Chief Spokesperson Ravinder Sharma, General Secretaries Abdul Majid Wani, Thakur Manmohan Singh, General Secretary and Incharge DCC Jammu (Urban) Yogesh Sawhney.
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