APSCC expresses gratitude to Apni party
Srinagar: All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) has expressed gratitude to JK Apni Party President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari for appointing the Committee Chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina as Provincial Vice President for the party from Kashmir.
In a statement, Engineer Nirmal Singh North Zone (Kashmir) President for APSCC said that Bukhari has taken a right step by appointing Raina as Vice President (Kashmir) of JK Apni Party.
Nirmal said that Raina would leave no stone unturned in ensuring that problems of people are projected in right manner and are solved as well.
“We at APSCC South Zone Kashmir extend our thanks to founder and Patron JK Apni party Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari Sahab for nominating S Jagmohan Singh Raina as Provincial Vice President Kashmir. Raina ji is a proud member of our community and has rendered great services in its up-liftment. He is an intellectual and asset to community. Our felicitations to him and wish him a great success ahead,” said principal naranjan singh
Ajit Singh Mastana ,Senior Akali leader and Punjabi writer said that it was due to the efforts of Raina that the Sikh community issues were highlighted at different forums and even the same was debated twice in the parliament. The parliament debated the negligence of Sikh minority by various governments in Jammu & Kashmir and credit for same goes to Raina, he said.
ASCCC members like Niranjan Singh Ex President GPC Pulwama, Ajit Singh Mastana, senior Akali leader & Punjabi writer, Paramjit Singh Bali, Shiromani Sahit Kar, Hakumat Singh, Ex Secretary GPC Budgam, Master Kuldeep Singh Bali, Ex President GPC Srinagar, Rattan Singh Kanwal, Ex Secretary GPC Anantnag, Jaipal Singh Bali, Davinder Singh Bali, sikh missionary college and Sant Singh said that Raina led the Sikh delegation many times and met successive Prime Ministers’, Home Ministers’ and Defence Ministers’ and projected the community problems. They said that issues like minority status, discrimination with Sikh minority especially youth was always on the agenda of APSCC under the leadership of Raina.