PDP forms committees to interacts with KPs

JAMMU: Keeping  in view the upcoming Parliamentary and Assembly elections in Jammu Kashmir  and Ladakh, president of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mehbooba Mufti, has constituted Campaign Committees to specifically interact with the  Kashmiri Pandit migrants and redress their grievances.

The committees will function under the overall   convenership of Ramesh Kaul Karihaloo and coordination of Ashok Bhat. It is expected that ground work executed by chosen members shall be disciplined and not always  rigidly within  their designated geographical  boundaries.       

 A K Sidha has been appointed as president Anantnag, Nanaji Wattal, Anantnag, Sushil Ji Wali, Anantnag, Maharaj Krishan Anantnag, P K Sharma, Kulgam, R K Pardesi, Kulgam, S K Raina, Kulgam, Sunil Ji Bhat, Kulgam, K B Kaw, Shopian, Chand Ji Khar, Shopian, Pran Nath Zutshi, Pulwama, Shadi Lal Koul, Srinagar, Yog Raj, Srinagar, R K Tickoo, Srinagar, Babloo Sinbgh, Srinagar, Naresh Koul, Srinagar, Gangaji Badgam, Dwarka Nath, Kupwara, Vijayji, Kupwara, A K Raina, Baramulla, Bansi Lal, Baramulla, Vijay Kaul Nagrotra, Handwara, Ashok Sumbli, Bandipora,   Anju Bhan, women coordinator Jammu.

Committee for Jagti Township included, Veerji Raina, president, Satish Thaploo, Balbloo Singh, Ashokji Koul, Yog Rajji, Jawahir Lal Raina, Ramesh Koul, Bansi Lal Koul, Raj Kumar Tickoo, Prademan Krishen Koul, Chandji Bhat, Rajinder Tickoo, Chand Kumar Nehru, Vijay Kumar Mahajan, Omkar Nath Dhar, Pintooji, Vinod Fotedar, Ashok Sumbli, Balbir Singh, Sohan Lal Mattu, Santosh Kumar Santosh, Satishji Saproo, Chand Kr Bhat, Rajinder Kr Bhat, Rakesh Bhan, Pyare Lal Koul, Pawan Tickoo, Satish Koul, Babu, Vinod Koul, Hari Krishan and Chuni Lal Kulgam.

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