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JAMMU: Continuing their agitation of 18th day, the employees of Dharmarth Trust on Friday started ‘Jan Jagran’ movement. Shat Dharam Sadhu Samaj extended support to genuine demands of Dharmarth Trust employees. Mahant Dutt Giri Maharaj President, Mahant Yogeshwar Nath Vice President, Mahant Rajesh Bittu Ji Sanghanthan Mantri, Mahant Sewa Giri ji Maharaj Vice Sanghanthan Mintri, Mahant Gopal Nand Ji Maharaj, Mahant Rajeshwar Dass Ji, Kotwal Pancham Giri Ji, Manu Giri Ji, Sanjay Giri Ji also joined the protest of employees.Earlier, a large number of Dharmarth Trust employees including priests of Shri Raghunath Mandir, Hari Bhawan Purmandal, Uttar Behani, Birpur, Kashmir unit & Sudhmahadev assembled under the banner of Dharmarth Trust Employees Association (DTEA) and raised slogans against management.Later, they met Shakti Dutt Sharma Vice President and Pawan Baru, Secretary Sanatan Dharam Sabha Geeta Bhawan, who extended support to their demands.The protesting employees further decided to further intensify their agitation by observing a ‘Pen & Tool Down’ strike from tomorrow and asked all Pujaris to perform puja and other rituals before participating in the protest. DTEA has appealed to all political parties, religion activists and traders’ associations to support their agitation for saving heritage of J&K.
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