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SRINAGAR, FEBRUARY 08: Several delegations including members of All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) and President JKWP today called on Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha here at Raj Bhavan.

A six-member delegation of All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) led by its Chairman Sh. Jagmohan Singh Raina apprised the Lt Governor about various issues pertaining to the welfare of Sikh community living in J&K, including the extension of the National Commission for Minorities Act to Jammu & Kashmir for the benefit of minority communities and a special job package for Sikh youth.

Similarly, Political activist and President, Jammu and Kashmir Workers Party (JKWP), Sh. Mir Junaid also called on Lt Governor and highlighted various important political and developmental issues related to the welfare of the marginalized and underprivileged sections of the society.

The Lt Governor gave a patient hearing to the delegations and assured that all the genuine issues would be addressed meticulously.

He reassured that the UT administration is dedicated to equitable development and welfare of all sections of the society without discrimination.

He urged the members of the delegations to continue working towards promoting the welfare of the people

Meanwhile, a student namely Aayaat from Pampore also called on the Lt Governor and put forth various issues confronted by students like her.

The Lt Governor listened to all the issues and assured that all concerns with regard to students will be looked into on priority. He also wished her all the best for the future.


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