Over 30 youth join JKNPP in Jammu

JAMMU, MAY 15: Describing Panthers Party as true representative of the people of Jammu region, about 30 youth, introduced by Jitendra Verma from Jammu city, joined NPP in presence of Party Chairman, Harsh Dev Singh at JKNPP Headquarter in Jammu today.
Prominent among those who joined Panthers party included Jitendra Verma, Ankush Anand, Anirudh Chand, Viray Sharma, Diwakar Sharma, Abhi Shek Anand, Deepak Anand, Vikay Verma, Rajat Kapoor, Nikhil Kerni, Raman Mengi, Tarun Gandotra, Ankush Verma, Gyan Singh, Abhi Shek Gupta, Amit Anand, Shubham Verma, Chandan Verma, Sumit Kapoor, Chaman Singh and Rajesh Shastri.
While welcoming new entrants, Harsh Dev Singh said that more and more people from Jammu were reposing faith in Panthers party, with new joining having become almost a regular feature. He said that Panthers party was the only secular democratic regional party of the State which was fighting for the cause of poor, under-privileged and economically backward. He said that it had assumed the mantle of assuring justice to the hitherto deprived Jammu region which had suffered economically and politically at the hands of Kashmir-centric leadership.
On the occasion, the new entrants pledged to provide all possible support to Panthers Party in its crusade for justice to Jammu region.