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Dineshwar Sharma meets 39 delegations on second day


Srinagar, Nov 07 (KNS): It was a busy day for the Centre’s special representative to J&K Dineshwar Sharma, who met 39 delegations on Tuesday, officials said.
All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) led by its chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina raised the issues of Sikh community in the state.
Two women from JK Sawa Kupwara emphasized redressal of the local issues, the women are facing in Kashmir.
A delegation of All Jammu and Kashmir Panchayat Conference led by Shafiq Ahmad Mir also met the Dineshwar Sharma and raised the issues of panchayat members. Human Welfare Association working for the welfare of released militants were led by its chairman Saifullah Farooq. A PDP youth delegation led by Waheed Rehman Parra also met the Dineshwar Sharma.
Voice of Youth led by Rather Mehraj, Tehreek Insaaf, Welfare Civil Society Kupwara led by its chairman Ghulam Ahmad Mir, Kashmir Pandit Sangarish Samiti, Cross LoC Trade Association, Global Youth Foundation led by Touseef Raina, Be the Change, Voice of Youth, Shivsena Hindustan, Redwinter led by Aqib, Youth Group Srinagar, J&K Doordarshan Non Migrant Pandits, Child Production Committee Global Youth Foundation, Muslim Rashtriya Manch, Rashtriya Samajwadi, All JK Auto Drivers Association, Shopkeepers Association, Ex-Serviceman Association, Help and Peace Foundation, a delegation led by Er Mehrah Khurshid who contested Srinagar parliamentary by-polls, a delegation led by G M Wani, retired judge, Lok Jan Shakti led by Sanjay Saraf and two individuals Tahir and Irfan were among the delegations which met Centre’s special representative to J&K. Representatives of Jantadal United led by G N Shaheen and Bhartiya Modi Army boycotted the meeting. (KNS)


 


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