POJK DPS chain dharna en­ters day 15

The Northlines - - STATE -

Jammu, Jan 10: POJK DPS in­def­i­nite Chain Dharna that is be­ing held un­der the ban­ner of S. O. S. In­ter­na­tional – An or­ga­ni­za­tion for POK Dis­placed Per­sons to­day en­tered into Day-15 at Bak­shi Na­gar, Jammu. A team of six mem­bers from Ra­jouri dis­trict headed by Pt. Lekh Raj Raina and ac­com­pa­nied by Capt. Ravin­der Ku­mar Sasan, Ra­jin­der Sharma, Bal­bir Singh, Jy­oti Sa­roop, and Sub Ke­wal Kr­is­han sat on dharna to con­tinue their strug­gle for get­ting their le­git­i­mate rights.

Chan­der Mo­han Gupta, Mayor Jammu City to­day vis­ited the dharna sthal. Ra­jiv Chuni Chair­man S. O. S. In­ter­na­tional pre­sented a char­ter of de­mands to the Mayor. Gupta as­sured the dharna hold­ers that their cause will be taken up with the Gov­er­nor and other con­cerned au­thor­i­ties for the res­o­lu­tion of the de­mands. Pt. Lekh Raj Raina has said that POJK DPS are ag­i­tat­ing to­day for their le­git­i­mate de­mands which have been de­nied by all the suc­ces­sive gov­ern­ments for the last more than seven decades. “This in­def­i­nite dharna will take a seri- ous turn in due course which will be fol­lowed by harsh mea­sures in­clud­ing fast-unto-death till the fi­nal goal is not achieved. It is shame­ful for this deaf and dumb gov­ern­ment that de­spite se­vere chill POK DPS are fight­ing for their de­mands un­der the con­sti­tu­tional rights and sit­ting on roads but the elected MP’S are sleep­ing in their cozy bun­ga­lows and none has cared to take our cause with govt for its log­i­cal con­clu­sion”, he added.

Raina also al­leged that as and when the dates of elec­tions ap­proaches nearer po­lit­i­cal par­ties al­lure these dis­placed per­sons by show­ing green pas­tures and after win­ning the elec­tions they dis­ap­pear like gone with wind. Raina warned the state/cen­tre govt that we will not budge even an inch and no com­pro­mise will be made till we achieve our goal for the achieve­ment of this des­ti­tute so­ci­ety of dis­placed peo­ple.

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