Centre’s intention of restoring Statehood unclear: Shiv Sena

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Jan 18: Shiv Sena Bala Saheb Thackrey J&K Unit has today said that Central Government’s decision to merge J&K cadre of civil services with AGMUT cadre raises suspicion about its intention to restore Statehood to J&K.
While continuing signature campaign for restoration of Statehood to J&K, Manish Sahni, J&K Shiv Sena leader today said Central Government’s recent notification to abolish the J&K cadre of civil services and merge it into AGMUT cadre raises doubts on its intention.
Sahni appealed to all the political and social organizations, to aware and get the people united for their rights.
“Support and participate in Shiv Sena’s signature campaign for restoration of Statehood to J&K and complete reservation of jobs in J&K for the residents of J&K so that the voice of public may reach the Prime Minister,” he maintained.
Meenakshi Chhibber, Shiv Sena women wing president; Rakesh Gupta, chairman; Vikas Bakshi, G.I Singh, general secretary, Ashwani Gupta, working president, Vipen Hindu, Ramesh Gupta, Sanjeev Sudan, Vikas Dewan, vice president, Raj Singh, Balwant Singh, secretary, Raju Salariya, Sikander Singh, Praveen Gupta, Yograj, joint secretary, Geeta Lakotra, women wing secretary, Bhuri Singh, Santosh Kumari, Kamla Devi, Rajesh Handa, Dimple and others were also present on the occasion.