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Jalandhar DC, CP and SSP seek support of Peace Committee for strengthening social fabric

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Jalandhar, August 6, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

In the wake of Central Government’s decision of scrapping Article 370 from neighbouring state Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Mr Varinder Kumar Sharma, Commissioner of Police Mr Jaskaran Singh and Senior Superintendent of Police Mr Navjot Singh Mahal today sought wholeheartedly support from members of the peace committee for strengthening the social fabric in district
Addressing the members of the committee in the District Administrative complex, the Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner of Police and Senior Superintendent of Police said that we all are the citizen of one country and there must not be any kind of difference at any point.

They said that there are around 1200 students from Jammu and Kashmir who are studying in various colleges and universities of the district and administration along with police department has been holding a meeting with them to ensure their safety here.

They said that there was absolute normalcy in the district but still wider community involvement was the need of the hour. They said that this involvement of the masses could do wonders by reposing the faith of people amongst each other.

The officers said that people must refrain from getting swayed away by the rumours or the false propaganda on social media and said that strict action against those spreading false rumours. They said that communal or casteist tensions were not at all good for society. They said that so all-out efforts must be made for reducing any such tension amongst the society.

The officers said that the members of this committee from various strata of society will help the administration to promote communal harmony, peace and brotherhood in the district.

They hoped that the peace committee would always play a vanguard role to further strengthen the ethos of mutual trust and love in society.

On the occasion, Dr Ajay Sareen, Mr Mohd Kaleem Azad, Mr Amrit Khosla, Mr Salim Sultani, Mr Diwan Amit Arora, Mr Gursharan Singh, Mr Raj Masih and others appreciated the initiative of the district administration to constitute this committee.

Prominent amongst others present in the meeting included Additional Deputy Commissioners Mr Kulwant Singh, Mr Jasbir Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police Mr Gurmeet Singh, ADCP Ms D Sudarvizhi, Sub Divisional Magistrates Ms Paramvir Singh, Mr Sanjeev Kumar Sharma and others were present.

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