Jammu on boil amid the rise of Ikkjutt
The Sunday Guardian|January 16, 2022
SRINAGAR The Jammu region is facing a political vacuum as BJP is coming under a lot of criticism and protests from the trading community, and also from the common people, as they feel that they have no security of jobs.
NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN

UT administration recently held a real estate summit in Jammu in which the industrialists and other people were invited to buy land, invest in real estate business, and also have their second home in Jammu and Kashmir.

'Ikkjutt Jammu'which was formed as a pressure group by the civil society and other political activists was recently given recognition as a political party from the Election Commission of India.

This group is trying to fight for the rights of the people of Jammu and they have been slowly trying to bring out this region from the "clutches of Kashmir political domination".

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