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Kashmiri Pandit Community in Durga Nagar Pledges Support to Apni Party Candidate Zafar Iqbal Manhas

Vijay Bakaya, M.K. Yogi Underscore Apni Party’s Commitment to Kashmiri Pandit Community's Welfare

Jammu, May 21, 2024: Continuing its election campaign for the Rajouri-Anantnag Parliamentary seat, the Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party (JKAP) organized a well-attended meeting with the Kashmiri Pandit community in Durga Nagar, Jammu.

The meeting, held under the aegis of the Durga Nagar Welfare Committee, was chaired by State General Secretary Vijay Bakaya and senior party leader Sh. M.K. Yogi. They were joined by a host of other prominent party figures, including Nanaji Wattal, Pawan Koul, Muktesh Yogi, Ashok Kumar Koul, Virender Sathoo, Hira Lal, Rattan Lal, Ashok Bhavno, Sanjay Raina, and others.

Vijay Bakaya addressed the gathering, outlining the JKAP’s comprehensive policy and agenda focused on the welfare and dignified return of Kashmiri Pandits to their homeland. He underscored the party’s commitment to improving the living standards of displaced Kashmiri Pandits residing in Jammu and other locations, both within and outside migrant camps.

Recognizing the growing concern of unemployment among the displaced community, Bakaya pledged the JKAP’s commitment to creating suitable employment opportunities for the younger generation in both the government and private sectors. “We are dedicated to uplifting the lives of Kashmiri Pandits and ensuring their rightful place in the socio-economic fabric of the region,” he stated.

Sh. M.K. Yogi, in his address, resonated with the community’s sentiments, highlighting the disillusionment with traditional parties that have often treated them as mere vote banks. The attendees expressed their strong support for the JKAP’s candidate from the Rajouri-Anantnag seat, Zafar Iqbal Manhas, recognizing the party’s sincerity in working towards a brighter future for Kashmiri Pandits and a peaceful and prosperous Jammu & Kashmir.

Abhay Bakaya, State General Secretary of the Youth Wing and party spokesperson, echoed the community’s sentiments, stating, “The Kashmiri Pandit community is seeking a genuine voice and a party that delivers on its promises. They are placing their trust in the Apni Party to work towards a future where they can return to their homeland with dignity and security.”

The enthusiastic response from the Kashmiri Pandit community in Durga Nagar underscores the growing momentum for the JKAP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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