Monday, April 9, 2012

NGBWT to bring awareness among Gujjar community

National Gurjjar-Bakerwal Welfare Trust (NGBWT) will educate and work on all round development of about fifteen crore Gujjar community including 40 lakh Gujjar and Bakerwals living in Jammu and Kashmir, and also constituted its body, here today.

Addressing a press conference, Er Ghulam Ali, national president, Gujjar-Bakerwal Welfare Trust told media personals that Trust will educate the Gujjars for maximum enrolment in different educational institutions and work for their due share as per their population; Educate the community for maximum avenues and share in employment in Government, public and private sector; To promote and preserve Gujjar Bakerwals culture; Manage the study, teaching, research of Gojri language and its inclusion in 8th Schedule of Indian Constitution.

Other developmental issues raised pertained to work for promotion of Gujjar news bulletin, folk songs through/TV channels and works for due space in these channels, and also to work to educate the community for political empowerment and other allied works.

On the occasion, national working committee members were also announced, who included Jagdish Caparana, (MP), Qumr Rubbani, (Rajasthan), Choudhary Abdullah (Kashmir) and Lal Husain Lodha (Jammu) as vice presidents, Rajendra Singh Gurjar as general secretary, Manzoor Badana (Udhampur) and Sonia Chodhary (Reasi ( as secretaries). Various other members were also announced for other districts.

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