HJM reconstituted, new office bearers announced

Hindu Jagran Manch president Ram Paul Sharma at a press conference at Jammu on Sunday. -Excelsior/Rakesh
Hindu Jagran Manch president Ram Paul Sharma at a press conference at Jammu on Sunday. -Excelsior/Rakesh

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Oct 13: Hindu Jagran Manch (HJM) has reconstituted its J&K State Unit by inducting new faces in State Working Committee and giving new assignments to some other office bearers.
This was announced at a press conference here, this afternoon by the president of the Manch, Ram Paul Sharma. He said a meeting was held in Geeta Bhawan here today in which the decision was taken.
Sharma said Ashok Singh, Ravi Dutt and Vishal Pathania were appointed as vice presidents of the State body of HJM. Chander Sharma, Ashok Gupta and Kamal were appointed as State secretaries of the Manch. Ajay Khanna has been appointed a Treasurer, Rajinder Shastri was appointed as Prant head of Beti Bachao and Amit Kerni has been appointed as Prant Samparakh head. Amit Gupta Prant Vidhi Pramukh.
Dheeraj Jandial was appointed as Prant Yuva Vahini head and its State Committee was also announced on the occasion. Palvi Gupta was appointed head of Prant Virangna Vahani and Daljit Singh, Keshav Shastri, Netar Sharma and Janak Raj Shastri were made members of Prant Working Committee.
In addition to this Vikram Charak has been made head of Gangyal area while Balwan Singh was appointed as vice president of the area. Rajnesh Khajuria was made head of Chhani Himmat area and Rakesh Kumar was appointed as head of Trikuta Nagar area Vikas Sharma was appointed as vice president Trikuta Nagar, Vimal Sharma was appointed as head of Yuva Vahani, Lotus Rajput and Navneet Shau were appointed vice presidents of Mahanagar Yuva Vahni. Divinder Sharma was appointed president, Vijaypur area, Banti Charak president Bishnah area, Lovely Sambyal president Samba area.
He said in the meeting Prant organiser Takan Dass and Prant general secretary, Ajay Manhas were also present.
Rampaul Sharma said that Hindu youth both male and female took active part in Hanuman Chalisa recitation programme and Maha Arti whose 200 programmes were organized by Manch during last two months. He said in addition to this the discussions on abrogation of Article 370 and 35 A were also held in the meeting.