Union Special Representative for dialogue in J&K Dineshwar Sharma, President Ladakh Buddhist Association and a delegation of All J&K Biomedical Engineers and Professionals Association called on Governor Satya Pal Malik at Raj Bhavan here on Wednesday, an official spokesman said.
Union Special Representative for dialogue in J&K, Dineshwar Sharma, met Governor Malik and discussed various issues, including the political and developmental aspirations of people across the state and a range of issues relating to the internal security situation, and initiatives required for protecting and promoting the educational and career interests of youth.
The Governor and Sharma also discussed the recent initiatives taken by Governor’s administration for ensuring equitable development of the state and bringing accountability and transparency in the administrative set up. Sharma congratulated the Governor for incident free conduct of polls to the Urban Local Bodies and ongoing elections to the Panchayats.
PRESIDENT LADAKH BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION
President, Ladakh Buddhist Association (LBA), Tsewang Thinles, accompanied by Sh. P.T. Kunzang, Vice-President of the Association, met Governor Malik and submitted a memorandum of demands including granting of union territory status with Legislature to Ladakh; inclusion of Bhoti language in the 8th schedule of the Constitution of India and other demands.
Thinles extended an invitation to Governor for the upcoming ‘Losar Mela’ in Ladakh which is scheduled from December 8th. Governor assured Thinles that demands submitted by the LBA will be given appropriate consideration.
ALL J&K BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS AND PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION
A delegation of All J&K Biomedical Engineers and Professionals Association requested Governor for early implementation of the ‘Self Help Group of Engineers Scheme’ so that their expertise could be utilized in healthcare sector.