Article 35 A, 370 on top of PK’s agenda: Chrungoo

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, July 2: Panun Kashmir (PK) organised a meeting of its reconstituted unit of Delhi NCR  at New Delhi today. The meeting was presided over by Utpal Kaul, senior leader, P K. The president of P K, who is currently on an organisational tour of five states Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Haryana and UP attended the meeting as the special guest.
Besides, others who attended the meeting included Upinder Kaul, general secretary, Dr.Nidhi Tikoo Mitra, chairperson-DOPK, Chushool Mahaldar, Vimla Chrungoo, secretary-DOPK, Dr.Rajat Mitra, Sushma Dutta Kalla and Pulkit. The meeting was dedicated to the cherished memory of Pt. Amarnath Vaishnavi, the great leader of the Kashmiri Pandit community. It paid rich tributes to Pt. Vaishnavi Ji and all the members stood in silence for two minutes to pay their obeisance to the departed leader.
On the occasion, Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo,  announced  that  Rajinder Kaul will be Delhi NCR Coordinator, Ankur Raina  to be Delhi NCR, secretary, Vishal Sharma to be Delhi NCR official spokesman, Dr. Upinder Sarup  will be Delhi NCR advisor, Kiran Kalla will be PK overseas coordinator.
It was decided in the meeting to fully support the efforts for a joint programme on Kashmiri Pandit Balidan Divas at Delhi NCR, besides contributing to the Black Day Joint protest programme at Delhi. P K Delhi NCR unit will also be organising a programme “J&K Vilay Divas” at  New Delhi in October 2018. The Delhi NCR unit forwarded unanimously some recommendations to the Executive Council of Panun Kashmir for consideration.
Utpal Kaul, senior leader in his speech emphasized the need for taking up projects that can bring a positive change and betterment in the situation in which the exiled community is presently living.
Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, president-PK in his address said that Panun Kashmir is duty bound to raise issues that have larger bearing on the fate and future of the nationalist forces living in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said our primary concern is on two important aspects of the situation. One pertains to the political scenario and the other to the humanitarian issue of the community. The urgent recruitment of the PM package employees awaits formal orders. The issue pertaining to the “categories” in the recruitment process needs to be resolved as urgently as possible. With this issue, the one-time compensation settlement of the over-aged youth has also assumed priority.
Next, on the political front, the Article 35A and Article 370 are on the top agenda and their continuance has brought undesired upheavals in the state.
The demand of Homeland is the only viable and tenable demand which will take care of the community’s geo-political aspirations in all circumstances, he added.


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