State Times NewsJAMMU: Team Jammu on Wednesday released an audio-video album ‘A Tribute to Maharaja Hari Singh’ highlighting the life and working of great visionary and last Dogra ruler of J&K, during a function organized at its headquarters here.The album song has been sung by renowned singer Rakesh Slathia, written by noted Dogri poet Randheer Singh Raipuria, composed by Sahil Lucky and edited by Akash Dogra.The album containing mesmerizing music and highlighting great social reforms introduced by late Maharaja Hari Singh from the year 1930 onwards, draw attention of audience.While interacting with the volunteers and artists, Chairman, Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal, who formally released the album, paid rich tribute to Maharaja Hari Singh and came down heavily on government for not declaring September 23rd as holiday.“For the last 70 years, political parties were exploiting sentiments of the people of Jammu region in the name of Maharaja of Hari Singh but after getting power these political parties always indulged into gagging voice of the people and finally they stand exposed”, Team Jammu chief said and regretted that instead of taking a tough stand on the issue of declaring state holiday on the birth anniversary of Maharaja Hari Singh, political leaders were brazenly indulging into bargaining.“Our patience is running out. People of Jammu will not tolerate such a stand of government by not declaring September 23 as Holiday. Why political leaders who claims to be championing the cause of Jammu region and Dogras are silent. They all must clear their stand before the public”, Zorawar Singh said and warned that in the days to come, if government fails to declare the birthday of Maharaja Hari Singh as holiday, volunteers of Team Jammu would have no other option than to adopt agitational path.
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