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JAMMU: Jammu Pragati Manch extended support to the Dharmarth Trust employees, who are agitating for their rights for the last 40 days.“Jammu Pragati Manch fully supported the Dharmarth Trust Employees,” President of the Manch, Brij Mehra told reporters here on Saturday. He requested to the management of Dharmarth Trust to accept the genuine demands of the sufferer employees. “The Maharaja of J&K constituted Dharmarth Trust with his desire for development of temples. From very beginning, the employees and general public were very happy, but after the demise of Maharaja Hari Singh, the scenario was changed,” he said adding that the employees of Trust and the general public were not happy which is very strange. Brij Mehra requested Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha to intervene and establish Shrine Board for all the temples in J&K on pattern of SMVD Shrine Board so that the Trust may be run smoothly and the employees should be benefitted. He also asked Dharmarth Trust employees to be careful and sincere towards their duty and create a favourable environment between management and the general public/devotees especially tourists.Also present in the press conference were Swarn Singh Chib, Rakesh Kumar, Kuldeep Singh, Arun Mehra and Rakesh Pathania.
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