After months of speculations in public domain, social organisation ‘Ikkjutt Jammu’ today took the political plunge with announcement of creation of political party with the same name, a statement today said.
The party also vowed to contest the next elections on the plank of statehood for Jammu, according to a formal announcement by president of the newbie advocate Ankur Sharma and newly formed executive committee of the Ikkjutt Jammu.
Various documents to be submitted to the Election Commission of India were displayed in front of the media by general secretary Ashwani Sharma, it said.
The constitution of the party, which had been adopted a few days back by the core committee, was also unveiled. This was followed by the presentation of ‘vision document’ of the party to the people of the Jammu region.
“Executive member Jagmohan Sharma presented vision statement for power, agriculture and tourism reforms. Anil Padha gave a detailed presentation on steps to be taken regarding education and culture, language and safeguarding the heritage of the Jammu region.
General secretary Kiran Kumar spoke about sports and youth affairs/services. He vowed to bring the National Games to Jammu once the party is voted to power.
Paras Dubey spoke on administrative reforms envisaged by the IkkJutt Jammu,” the statement added.
Presenting snapshot of ‘vision document’, including health reforms, Ankur Sharma reiterated the party’s resolve to “metamorphose otherwise sick economic scenario of the Jammu region”. He vowed to continue fight to weed out all illegal encroachers, including Rohingyas and Bangladeshis from Jammu.