SRINAGAR: With the approval of President National Conference Dr. Farooq Abdullah, party Working President Omar Abdullah, General Secretary Ali Mohammed Sagar, Provincial President Jammu Devender Singh Rana on Tuesday reconstituted the Provincial Committee of the Jammu Province.
The reconstituted body shall have 19 Vice Presidents, a Provincial Secretary a Treasurer, 16 Secretaries and 13 Jt. Secretaries. The Vice Presidents nominated are; Brij Mohan Sharma, Ex-MLC, Bashir Ahmad Wani, Qazi Jalal ud- Din, Ex-MLA, Dr. Chaman Lal Bhagat, Ex-MLA, Vipan Pal Sharma , Jugal Mahajan, Ghulam Haider Malik, Ex-Deputy Speaker, Abdul Wahid Shan, Ex-MLA, Ch. Mohammad Shafi, Advocate, Ch. Liaqat Ali, Advocate, Ch. Rahim Dad, Ex-MLC, S. Harcharan Singh Baby, Bimla Luthra, Ex-MLA, Vijay Lakshmi Dutta, Anila Shaheen, Anil Dhar, Mohinder Singh, Chander Mohan Sharma and Mohammad Ayub Malik.
While Sheikh Bashir Ahmad has been nominated as Province Secretary, Israr Khan will be Treasurer of the party in the Jammu Province.
The secretaries nominated are Mohammad Aslam Khan, Ex-MLA, Haji Mohammad Hussain, Ex-MLC, S. Gurdeep Singh Sassan, Dhian Chand,Ex-MLA, Pardeep Bali, Ch. Wali Dad, Ch. Arshad, Romesh Motan, Ch. Haroon, Sheikh Mohammad Shafi, Rajesh Bakshi, Subash Chander Sharma, Rashida Begum, Daljeet Sharma, Dilshad Begum and Rita Gupta.
Bharti Sharma, Lal Chand Musafir, Shamshad Shan, Qasim Din Bania, Bharat Bhushan, Advocate, Ch. Mumtaz Bajar, G.H. Malik, Hasham Din Qureshi, M.L. Munshi, Khalid Hussain Mughal, Raj Kapoor, Rakesh Gupta (Kishtwar) and Rahul Mahajan have been nominated as Joint Secretaries.
Meanwhile, Ajaz Jan former MLA Poonch was nominated as Provincial President Youth National Conference, Jammu Province and Satwant Kour Dogra as Provincial President National Conference, Women Wing, Jammu province.
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