J&K Panthers Party appeals for complete ‘Jammu Bandh’ on Saturday

Supported by various political, non-political and social organisations, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party on Friday appealed for ‘Jammu Bandh’ to the people against the Sarore Toll Post and suspended mobile internet services since August 5 after the abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcating the state in to two Union Territories, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
Addressing a joint press conference held by several organisations of Jammu here on Friday appealing to the people to observe complete shut down on Saturday, so as to express solidarity with cause of Jammu projected, the representatives of various Jammu based organisations unanimously announced to participate in the ‘Bandh’ called against the moves of the government in banning the mobile internet services with no time frame fixed for restoration of the services.
JKNPP Chairman and former minister Harsh Dev Singh flanked by other party leaders Balwant Singh Mankotia and Yash Paul Kundal here told reporters that the issues including winding up of Toll Plaza Sarore, withdrawal of 9-11 per cent token tax on vehicles, curb on soaring prices of vegetables, and other essential commodities, review of transfer of registration powers are among Jammu related issues projected by the NPP.