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JAMMU: A meeting of Core group of Kashmiri Pandits leaders of Apni Party was held today at Head office Gandhi Nagar Jammu under the Chairmanship of Vijay Bakaya, General Secretary Apni Party J&K to discuss and deliberate upon the various pertinent problems being faced by the displaced community in exile and organising of mass Party’s outreach programmes in camps and non camps with party’s policies and programmes.Vinod Pandita, Sanjay Dhar and Makhan Lal Bhat highlighted the genuine problems like enhancement of relief assistance from Rs. 13000 to Rs. 25000 a long pending demand, providing of one job per family on the pattern of Punjab State, supply of pure drinking water in migrant camps etc as well resolved to start party’s mass outreach programme in camps and non camps in order to strengthen the party’s base among the displaced community. Bakaya assured the assembly that he would project the genuine problems of the community with the concerned till they are resolved. He also asked core group members to start mass outreach programme in camps/non camps with the party’s agenda so that people may come to know about policies and programmes of the party.Abhay Bakaya, Dazy Dhar, Vishal Jotshi, Vaibhav Mattoo, Vinod Bhat and other leaders also spoke on the occasion .
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