JAMMU, Jan 1: All Migrant Camps Coordination Committee (AMCCC) held a one-day convention at Jagti Camp, here today.
The members passed a resolution during the convention.
Kashyp Neeha Pandita (one of the KAS toppers) was the chief guest on the occasion.
While speaking on the occasion, AMCCC President Desh Rattan Pandita said that until the displaced community fights for its rights, it will not be united.
“No body is ready to listen us, whether it is the State or the Centre Govt, because we have less vote bank that is why Govts are ignoring our Community (Migrants) since 27 years of migration,” Desh Rattan said.
The members said that their organization has fought and will fight for the problems being faced by the community with regard to electricity at Jagti, non implement of National Food Security Acts on migrants, removal of encroachments in the Valley, a special healing touch in Govt jobs for those who got over-aged during last 27 years of exile.
Pandita said that non redressal of their issues will force them to protest in front of the Parliament to make Prime Minister of India aware of the problems being faced by the migrants.
Speaking on the occasion, chief guest Kashyp Neeha said that nothing is impossible, but it takes hard-work, dedication, positive attitude and thinking to achieve goals, adding that working as a cohesive unit is the ‘mantra’ to succeed.
“Community will have to produce more Bureaucrats, Ministers, MLAs and MLCs for its health and strength. I appeal to the younger generation to work for the betterment of the community,” Neeha expressed.
ASKPC President, Ravinder Raina, former President KP Sabha, Prof Sadhu, Dr AK Koul and social activist and AMCCC Vice President, Sardar Daljeet Singh also spoke during the convention.