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JAMMU: Continuing election campaign for the ongoing DDC elections, the Ex-MLC Vikram Randhawa along with Adv Amrik Singh President All J&K PoJK 1947 Sharnarthi Intellectual Forum, Surjit Singh General Secretary of Forum and Ritu Aulak candidate from Satwari Flan-Mandal visited Gurdwara Mahant Manjit Singh Nagar Bhatindi and offered prayers.Speaking on the occasion, Randhawa apprised Sikh Sangat about the achievements and developments of BJP under leadership of Prime Minister Narender Modi. “Nation is moving on the path of development under Modi Government. It is PM Modi who constituted SIT and transferred Sikhs genocides cases of 1984 to CBI which resulted into life sentence to Sajjan Kumar and three others while Kamal Nath trial is undergoing,” he added.Amrik Singh stated that from 1947 to 2013, congress always remained biased towards Sikh community and their anti-Sikh policies hijacked developments of Sikh areas. “Till date Sharnarthis of PoJK are fighting for their rights and their moveable and immovable properties left-out in POJK. I would like to appeal to entire Sikh Sangat to stand up against forces supporting Congress and anti-national forces in country,” he added.Surjit Singh also made participants aware about wrong and anti-Sikh policies of Congress.Urging Sikh Sangat to support her in elections, Ritu Aulak assured that her services will always be in the interest of Sikh community. President, Gurdawara Management Committee of Mahant Manjit Singh Nagar assured full support to BJP candidate in DDC election.
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