Apni Party committed to empower working class in J&K: S. Manjit Singh

Will effectively implement Minimum Wage Act, enhance the wages of the workers

Vijaypur, May 01 -Apni Party Provincial President, Jammu, and Former Minister, S. Manjit Singh has expressed commitment to empower the working class and farmers, if the Party forms Govt in Jammu and Kashmir.

As per a press release, the Former Minister chaired a monthly meeting of the Party workers here at Vijaypur to discuss the Party strategy and issues of the people to strengthen it on the ground.

During the meeting, the Party leaders informed S. Manjit Singh about the difficulties the people, especially the border residents, and farmers were facing.

On listening to them, the Former Minister, S. Manjit Singh assured them that the demands related to development would be highlighted before the concerned authorities for the early redressal. On the other hand, he directed the Party cadre to intensify their activities in every nook and corner of the District Samba.

Speaking on the occasion, Manjit Singh said that the Party is committed to do justice with the working class and accordingly, empower them for their equitable upliftment to bring economic stability for them.

He said that the Party wants to strengthen the working class by effectively and practically implementing the Minimum Wage Act in Jammu and Kashmir, and accordingly, the wages of the workers would also be enhanced both in organised and unorganised sectors.

He said that the working class as well as the farmers are the working class in the country and in Jammu and Kashmir. Hence, their rights should be protected.

He also sought justice for the workers in the unorganized sector in J&K and protection of rights of such workers.

“These workers in the unorganized sector should get free medical treatment, and other related benefits which are available provided in the organized sector,” he said, expressing commitment to work for their welfare.

“We are committed to implement policies that would benefit the working class and farmers in J&K,” he said, addressing the monthly meeting of the Party leaders and workers in Vijaypur.

Meanwhile, the Party leaders also sought holding of assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir as early as possible in Jammu and Kashmir, and the restoration of statehood to J&K.

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