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JAMMU: Protesting Dharmarth Trust employees on Tuesday asked Lt Governor Manoj Sinha to constitute a Board for all temples under Dharmarth Trust on the pattern of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board. The employees gathered at Shri Ranbireshwar Temple and staged a demonstration.As the protest entered the 106th day and chain hunger strike at 79th day, hundreds of employees, including women, continued their ‘Dharna’ at Shri Ranbireshwar Temple and raised slogans against J&K government and Dharmarth Trust management.Making an appeal to Lt Governor Manoj Sinha to fulfill their demands, the employees stated that they have pinned high hopes on him. The protesting employees appealed to all social and political organisation to come forward for saving dying heritage of Dogra culture especially historical temples so the tourist sector can flourish in J&K. Those who sat on hunger strike included Vimla Devi, Jeeto Devi, Sushma Devi, Asha Rani, Jyoti Rajput, Yash Paul, Bimla Devi, Leela Jamwal, Padhu and Yash Paul.
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