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Pandits constitute a paramount some piece of the composite society: Azad

JAMMU, February 23, Sandipan Sharma: Union Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today said Kashmiri Pandits constitute a paramount some piece of the composite society of the Valley and the group has made a significant commitment in a few strolls of life.

Azad said Kashmiri Pandits constitute a paramount some piece of the composite society

Azad said Kashmiri Pandits constitute a paramount some piece of the composite society

Priest for Health, Family Welfare and Water Resources, Azad was here to go to a capacity to honor century festivals of Kashmiri Pandit Sabha organized at the police theater here.

On recovery of Kashmiri Pandit families, which needed to leave the Valley in 1990’s after militancy spread in different parts of the district, Azad said the administration is well side by side with their issues and is pondering different programmes for their welfare.

He alluded to the production of Satellite Township at Jagti and guaranteed all the more such welfare measures. On the event, Kashmiri Pandit Sabha (Jammu) president K Khosa said the organisation is an amalgam of different aggregations, which, since it’s shaping in 1914 has advanced progressively as the point of convergence of all upliftment exercises for Kashmiri Pandits in the state.

He said the Sabha throughout the years has concentrated on helping widows, vagrants, the elderly and the extraordinarily able individuals of the group through different projects and rehabilitative exertions as a team with different organizations.

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