Domicile law to give equality to all sections of society: Rajput Sabha

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, May 23: The newly introduced Domicile law in J&K will give equality to all sections of society including PoJK Refugees, Valmiki Samaj, Gorkha Samaj and women.
This was stated by president of Shree Amar Kshatriya Rajput Sabha, Pavitar Singh in a meeting with Lt Governor Girish Chandra Murmu at Raj Bhawan. Other office bearers of the Sabha including Kuljeet Singh (vice president), Abhijeet Singh Jasrotia (general secretary), Ashish Katoch (organizing secretary), Retired Colonel Sushil Singh Pathania and Retired IGP Sudhir Dogra were also present in the meeting.
During interaction with LG, Abhijeet Jasrotia brought into his notice that the Rajput community in Sunjwan and Bhatindi are facing threat as they are marginalized because of some other community who have outnumbered them in recent years and illegally encroached upon their lands and demanded security for them.
Pavitar Singh assured the LG full support in making strong inroads for settlement of Rajputs in Kashmir division which was ruled by Dogra kings in the past and most of the land was owned by this community along with Kashmiri Pandits. He said it would be easy for other communities to settle in Kashmir after the Rajputs make an initial effort. This will help peace prevail in Kashmir.
Kuljeet Singh requested the LG to form a strong Rajput task force to strengthen the nationalist forces in J&K.
The LG gave a patient hearing to the delegation and assured its members that the Rajput community will surely get its due share.


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