Many organizations support Jammu Bandh on Dec 7 for internet services,disbanding of Toll Plaza
Representatives of over a dozen organizations of Jammu today pledged their support to the Bandh Call announced by NPP on December 7, seeking lifting ofban on mobile internet services,disbanding of Sarore Toll Plaza soaring prices of essential com-modities, token tax on vehicles besides policy of bias perpetuatedagainst Jammu region even afterthe Reorganization of State.
The support to Jammu Bandhwas announced through a unani-mous resolution passed in a meet-ing convened by JKNPP chairmanand former minister Harsh Dev Singh at his residence this evening.The signatories to the resolu-tion included Manish Sahni- pres-ident Shiv Sena (Bal Thackerey);Inderjeet Khajuria ChairmanJammu Pariyatan Vikas Mandal& All Jammu Hotel Lodges Association; Piran Ditta- presi-dent Guru Ravi Dass SabhaJammu; Raj Kumar Babbar- pres-ident Swarnkar Sangh JammuProvince; Pritam Sharma- presi-dent Kranti Dal; Rajiv Mahajan-
president Ram Sena Jammu; DevRaj Saini- chairman RailwayStation Tourist Taxi UnionJammu; Harbans Gurmeet Singh-president Rajinder BazarAssociation; Hardeep Singh -president Moti BazarBusinessmen Society; ChanderUdhay Sharma general secretary Gandhi Nagar Residents
dent MAM College StudentsUnion; Mahesh Bakshi presidentLaw Deptt. Jammu UniversityStudents Union; Jatin Sharma president Commerce College;Japneet Kour president GandhiNagar College Students Union;Sunpreet Kour president ParadeCollege Students Union; BansiLal Sodhi general secretaryTourist Taxi Association; JagjitSingh President Jammu Swarankar Sabha Jammu;Zeeshan Mehra Vice PresidentMAM College Students Union;Ravinder Singh Vice PresidentTaxi Union Railway Stationbesides others.State unit of Bahujan SamajParty, Dogra Saddar Sabha,Jammu Pragti Manch, Akhil Bhartiya Kashyap Sabha havealready extended their support for Jammu bandh call on Dec 7. Meanwhile, Harsh Dev while asserting that call for Dec 7 Jammu Bandh had received over whelming response from students and youth in particular, today appealed the civil society to participate and sup-port the Panthers Party’s initiative against the ‘authoritarian moves’ of the Government. Talking to the media-personsSingh said that demand for restora-tion of mobile internet though wasbeing raised from various quartersbut different organizations were also holding separate rallies andprotests over the issue. He saidjoint efforts needed to be made soas to awaken the Government tothe inconvenience and sufferingscaused to the varied sections ofsociety due to communication blockade.
“Rather than indulgingin a cacophony of voices, let’s allspeak in one harmonious chorus aswe are all fighting for the samecause,” he said. While accusing the Govt ofimposing unfriendly and unwhole-some decisions on the public, hesaid that installation of “Toll Plazas” in and around Jammu,transfer of registration powersfrom judicial officers, impositionof 9% token tax on new vehiclesand soaring prices of staple vegeta-bles, pulses and other essential commodities had sparked massive outrage with people desperately seeking an occasion to ventilate their grievances.
NPP chief patron Prof Bhim Singh has also made an appeal tothe people of Jammu to support Jammu Bandh call given by NPP for December 7
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