JAMMU, June 22: Duggar Pradesh Party (DPP) has demanded complete reorganization of J&K by declaring Jammu region as full-fledged State of Indian union on the ground of its culture, geographical conditions, history and political aspirations being totally different from those of Kashmir region.
In a meeting DPP president, Uday Chand has said that the government should declare statehood to Jammu and Kashmir regions first and then hold delimitation of both the regions separately after holding due and necessary census 2021-22.
“The census conducted in 2011 in J&K was unfair just to show the excess population of Kashmir region by the then rulers,” he claimed demanding small assembly seats after delimitation on the pattern of North East States.
Mohan Singh, DPP secretary general said the invitations sent to participate in Prime Ministers meeting clearly speaks that the discriminatory policies against Jammu are the same as of the previous central governments since 1947.
Mohan Singh Slathia, DPP secretary general; Varsha Kapoor, general secretary; Kulveer Charak, secretary; Shiv Dev, Mangal Dass, district president rural; Ch Jamaal Din, district secretary; Om Parkash Sharma, Ashok Jasrotia, S. Kuldeep Singh and others also attended the meeting.