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In meeting with MP Ghulam Ali, J&K student leader raises issues

NEW DELHI: Student Leader and National Convenor of J&K Students Association Nasir Khuehami met with Rajya Sabha Member Parliament Er Ghulam Ali Khatana and raised issues of the students community and youth.

Haryana Youth Congress Leader Chaudhary Aarez Khan, besides large number people from tribal community were present on the occasion, who brought their issues in his notice with a request for immediate redressal of the grievances.

During the meeting, Khuehami  took wide array of issues with him ranging from de-duplication of PMSSS scholarship to issues of Tribal students to issue of supernumerary seats for J&K Students in Jamia Millia Islamia. He talked with him at length about the various concerns of tribal Students and the possible ways to resolve them. Rajya Sabha MP gave patient hearing to problems & assured that, all possible steps are being taken for them & would be looked into and addressed on merit.

Chaudhary Aarez also apprised him about various issues of students and youth-related programs, policies of his state. In Reply, Rajya Sabha MP assured him all the possible help for resolving the student issue at the earliest. He stated that he will lend all the possible succour to resolve the maximum student issues.

He exhorted Khuehmai that he should continue to keep highlighting the issues for student welfare, youth welfare and development of the Union territory and should follow them until redressed and resolved.


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