Jammu Student Union President Urges Unity For Common Cause

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The National Panthers Student Union at the University of Jammu recently underwent a revitalization, spearheaded by Union President, Suresh Kumar.

Suraj Singh was appointed General Secretary, Akhmat Choudhary, Karun and Shaveta, Vice-Presidents, Nitin Sharma, Cashier, Anil Mahajan, Press Secretary, Neha Sharma, Joint Secretary, and Kamayani Sapotra and Meenakshi Anand were appointed executive members.

Suresh Kumar told the media he hopes the newly appointed members shall keep the flag high and will work to support PSU. Commenting on the Central University controversy Suresh opined that the PSU with other like minded student organizations shall continue their fight for the establishment of a central university in Jammu and will promote social harmony in the state. He said that the regular bandh calls are a great threat to socio-economic and educational development.

Kumar appealed to the leadership of Jammu province to work together for the common cause of state development. He thanked chief patron Professor Bhim Singh and Ms Anita Thakur, Incharge NPSU for showing confidence in him and said the newly appointed members would work to bring honour to the party.

Kumar said the PSU would welcome the state government creating another university for the people of the valley. Being an integral part of India, the people of Kashmir have a constitutional right to education. It is in the interest of the nation for the youth of the valley to be educated locally and the discrimination in the region will not be accepted at any cost.

Kumar said the debate around responsibility for the present controversy should stop and a solution to the issue must allow the examination process to be conducted smoothly so students for KAS and other competitive examinations do not suffer.

He appealed to all student organizations to work together for this common cause, for the befefit of the student community.

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