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JAMMU: Apni Party has reiterated demand of holding early assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir.Apni Party General Secretary Vikram Malhotra said that the Delimitation Commission should not be taken as an excuse to stretch the rule of Lt Governor in J&K.“The Govt of India should understand the ground reality as the people are in distress without an elected Govt. LG is doing a good job, but it does not mean that the people are satisfied. The administration does not listen to them, and LG cannot handle it all alone. Therefore, elections should be held as early as possible in J&K,” said Malhotra.He was addressing a function at Kachi Chowni in which large numbers of youth joined the Party in presence of senior leaders. The programme was organized by Janmeet Singh Bali.Provincial President Jammu, Manjit Singh welcomed the newcomers into the Party and hoped that their joining will strengthen the Party.Manjit Singh said that the youth are facing unemployment and the scope of getting Govt service has reduced.“J&K faced a difficult period in the last 30 years. It should be given concession and therefore, the Govt of India should reserve jobs for the education youth of the erstwhile state,” he said.He said that the public woes have increased due to bureaucratic attitude and uneasiness among the people has increased.“The JMC is not listening to the representatives and doing work with their own wishes. The BJP is working with an adamant attitude,” he added.He said that extending Lt Governor’s rule in J&K under the grab of the Delimitation Commission is unjustified and the decision should not be forced on the people.“Lt the Commission continue its process, the Govt should keep seven assembly constituencies reserved till the report delimitation is submitted, and till then elections must be held so that an elected Govt is put in place,” he added.Prominent among those who joined Apni Party included Sandeep Sharma (Bunty) youth leader, Mandeep Kumar, Viraj Sharma, Amit Kumar, Deepak Kumar, Manzoor Hussain, Paramjeet Singh, Suresh Kumar, Nikhil Sharma, Tarun Sharma, Varun Gupta, Sanjay Gandotra, Sumit Singh Jamwal, Prashant Malhotra, Rattan Lal Tak, Vimal Vinod Sharma, Ashok Bhagat, Abhishek Singh, Rahul, Ravi Kumar, Ranjeet Singh, Mohan Singh, Rahul Mahajan, and others.Jammu Central Coordinator Pranav Shagotra, President Trade Union Ajaz Kazmi, Vice President Youth Wing J&K, Raqeeq Ahmed Khan, Provincial President Youth Wing Jammu Gourav Kapoor, Vajinder Singh Dutta, Raj Kumar Sharma, Vaibhav Mattoo, Amandeep Singh Chopra, Marshal Dutta Sanjay (Bitti), Sanjay Malhotra, Sandeep Gandotra and others among others were present on the occasion.
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