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More organizations extend support to today’s Jammu bandh call

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 5: More organizations extended support to the Jammu bandh call on the opening day of the Civil Secretariat in the winter capital tomorrow.
Panun Kashmir unanimously extended support to the Jammu bandh call and appealed to the people at large to support the same. The decision was taken in a meeting, which was attended by the activists of Panun Kashmir. Addressing the activists Dr Agnishekhar, Convenor Panun Kashmir impressed upon the activists to ask people to support the call as again the genuine demands of the nationalist people of the State have been ignored. He further stated that we as community and as a responsible organization are shoulder to shoulder with those people and organizations, which pursue such demands.
Shiv Sena extended support to the Jammu bandh call tomorrow. While addressing the media persons, General Secretary Manish Sahni said that as Kashmiri leaders always discriminated with Jammu so it is necessary that Central Government must declare Jammu as a separate State. State President Dimpy Kohli, Working President Ashwani Gupta, Vice President Rajeev Bhandari and Spokesman Rakesh Kak were also present during the press conference.  All the Shiv Sena leaders appealed to the Government not withdraw the toll tax for the survival of the industries in the State.
District Bar Association, Udhampur extended its unflinching support to the Jammu bandh call given by various groups of civil society including mainly by the Associated Chamber of Commerce, Udhampur. While supporting the bandh call, the Association decided to suspend tomorrow in all the courts. This was stated in a press statement issued by Advocate Sahil Raina, Secretary, District Bar Association, Udhampur who demanded to put an end to the discrimination meted out with the people of Jammu province.

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