JK ‘s Andrabi seeks peace with support of all

Addressing a function organized by the management of the Press Club of Jammu here to facilitate her on her appointment, Dr. Andrabi said properties of the Waqf Board would be properly utilized for the welfare of the people. She said apart from properties, including shrines, mosques and educational institutions across the on Territory, the J&K Waqf Board looks after two versities and one nursing college. Dr. Andrabi said she has already initiated the process to maintaining sanctity of the religious places. Expressing gratitude towards Press Club of Jammu, Dr. Andrabi said it was all due to the support of Jammu media that her got recognition at the national level. “I am indebted to the Jammu media in general and Press Club Jammu in particular for supporting me”, she said. Newly elected president of Press Club of Jammu, Sanjeev Pargal conveyed his best wishes to Dr. Andrabi. Former president of Press Club Jammu, Ashwani Kumar along with eminent lawyer Sheikh Shakil facilitated Dr. Andrabi by presenting a shawl. Vice-president of Press Club of Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal, Dinesh Manhotra, secretary general, Channi Anand, secretary finance, Deepak Khajuria, Dinesh Mahajan, Govind Chouhan, Ajay Menia, Kunal Shrivatsa, Nishikant Khajurai (all executive committee members) also felicitated her. Vishal Bharti conducted proceedings of the whole programme. Speaking on the occasion, Jamwal cautioned people against some forces which are hell bent to create communal divide in Jammu region by shamelessly playing communal card. Jamwal made it a point that during the recently held elections of the Press Club of Jammu, members of the Club had given a befitting reply to the divisive forces and frustrated nefarious designs of such elements. He said it is a historical fact Jammu is a shining example of communal harmony and brotherhood. “People of Jammu region will never allow divisive forces to carry on parochial agenda in this region”, he said. VBH SY 1855

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