Re-organisation only way out to end problems: Mankotia

Re-organisation is the only way out to end the problem all the there regions of the J&K State, said Balwant Singh Mankotia president Panthers Party here in monthly meeting Reasi District.
While addressing the party workers meeting at Udhampur,. Mankotia said that the panthers party is demanding the reorganisation of the J&K state for last more than 30 years but neither centre govt nor the state govt had taken this demand seriously that’s why Jammu Kashmir issue is becoming complicated day by day.
He added that before this demand more than dozens
of states were reorganised by amending the Indian constitution.
He further added that first reorganisation commission was appointed in 1956 which recommended formation of more state on linguistic basic, had not in its purview to consider and recommended any proposal for Jammu and Kashmir State that is why the J&K state was kept out of the purview of State reorganisation commission headed by KM Panikar
He said if J&K was not kept out of the purview of the first state reorganisation Commission the re- organization of J&K with separate State to Jammu region, Kashmir valley and union territory for Ladakh too would have been recommended by the commission and the same would have become reality about 6 decades back, the commission headed by a renowned historian and diplomat Panikar would have recommended the J&K Reorganisation.
Mankotia further said that not only reorganization commission but justice Kuldeep Singh Commission for re adjustment of constituency of Lok Sabha and State Assembly was not allowed by the then State Govt, due to which the people of Jammu region are still deprived of their equal political share in state assembly.
H added that the root cause of all these problems is article 370, so there is urgent need to amend the article 370.
Mankotia appealed the party workers to carry forward the policy Programme of Panthers Party to every nook and corner of Udhampur Distt so thatt the Panthers Party achieve its good of reorganisation of the J&K State.

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