Jammu – All State Kashmiri Pandit Conference hasdemanded opening of anganwadi centres for the community and implementation of various welfareprogrammes in Jammu and Kashmir.
Accusing the state government of failing to address basic issues for upliftment of the community, ASKPC women wing’s president, Veena Gurtoo demanded scholarships for girls going to college.
She said, “The time has arrived when displaced Kashmiri Pandit women should rise for getting their rights.
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