Basharat Hussain Applauds Administrative Council for Approving OBC Commission

"New OBC Commission will Address Socio-Economic Challenges"

"New OBC Commission will Address Socio-Economic Challenges"

Srinagar, June 10 (KNS): The Chief Spokesperson of the OBC Commission, Basharat Hussain, has warmly welcomed the decision by the Administrative Council, chaired by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, to approve the commission for facilitation of reservations for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in local bodies.

In a statement, Basharat Hussain expressed his gratitude to the Administrative Council and particularly praised the leadership of LG Manoj Sinha for addressing the long-pending demand of the OBC communities. "This decision is a monumental step in recognizing the rights and needs of the OBCs. It will empower our communities and ensure they have a voice in local governance," Basharat said.

Basharat further added that the inclusion of OBCs in local bodies would lead to more representative and effective governance. "With this decision, the OBC communities will be able to contribute more significantly to the development process at the grassroots level. This move will also help in addressing the socio-economic challenges faced by the OBC population in Jammu and Kashmir," he stated.

Basharat also highlighted the efforts of various community leaders and organizations who have tirelessly advocated for the rights of OBCs.Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp Channel"This achievement is the result of years of persistent efforts by several advocates and community leaders. Their dedication has finally borne fruit, and I congratulate them all," Basharat noted.

Basharat urged the OBC community to make the most of this opportunity and actively participate in the upcoming local body elections. "It is now up to us to step forward and take an active role in local governance. I encourage all eligible members of our community to participate in the elections and work towards the betterment of our society," he said.

Basharat concluded by expressing hope that this decision would pave the way for further affirmative actions and policies aimed at uplifting marginalized communities in the UT.

"This is just the beginning. I am confident that with continued support and proactive measures, we can achieve greater equality and justice for all disadvantaged groups in Jammu and Kashmir," he affirmed.(KNS) 

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