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JAMMU: Elections were held on the various posts for the team of Trikuta Shopping Complex Welfare Association, BC Road, Bus Stand. Former State President BJP and Ex Minister Sat Sharma graced the occasion and congratulated the newly constituted team. He was also accompanied by BJP Mandal Presidents Raveesh Mengi and Keshav Chopra, Social activist BK Ravi Bakshi and Mandal General Secretary Sangeeta Verma. SHO Bus Stand JJ Bhagat ,DTI GC Thappa, were also felicitated by the Trikuta Complex Welfare Association team.Suraj Sharma was elected as President of the Association, Trilochan Singh and Dalbir Dubey as Vice President, Ashwani Maini as General Secretary, Bhanu Pratap Singh as Cashier, Dheeraj Tandon as Vice Chairman, Ravi Bakshi as Election Commissioner.Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma congratulated the newly elected team and asked them to work for the welfare of the Shopkeepers and for the customers as well. He said the complex has a variety of other establishments for which he asked the new team of Trikuta Complex to provide best possible services to the establishments in the Complex. He said such types of welfare associations must be constituted everywhere so that the issues related to various establishments can be solved easily within the association and their issues can also be taken up with higher authorities.Suraj Sharma thanked the Former BJP President for gracing the occasion and promised that the team will definitely work for the welfare of all the establishments in the complex.Narinder Dutta, Sanjay Gupta, Naresh Sharma, Dr Sushil, Anil Kumar Uppal, Rajinder Pathak, Daleep Singh Bhutiyal, Dev Rattan, Babu AC, Amit Bakshi, Sanjeev Gupta, Dinesh Gupta, Sajjad, RK Sharma, Kala, Avinash Gupta and Rumal Singh are appointed as members of the committee.
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