SRINAGAR: A joint delegation of Harijan Sevak Sangh (HSS), Akhil Bharti Rachnatmak Samaj (ABRS) and Association of People of Asia (APA), led by Sankar Kumar Sanyal, President, HSS, met Governor N N Vohra at the Raj Bhavan on Monday.
The delegation apprised the Governor about their endeavours in Kashmir to spread the message of peace and love as envisioned by Mohandas Gandhi, a statement issued by J&K’s information department said in Srinagar. They also pointed to the efforts required to be made to help the youth of Jammu and Kashmir for optimally developing their capacities in various arenas of activities and to ensure their progressive participation in nation building.
Appreciating the delegation’s sincere efforts for promoting the welfare of society, Governor urged them to increase the momentum of their philanthropic activities for the weaker and disadvantaged sections of society and to enable youth to understand the ethical and civilisational values for which our country has been known for centuries past.
The delegation comprised Ms. Urmila Srivastava- Convenor, Women’s Wing of HSS; Sh. P.Maruthi, President ABRS; Ms. Shikha Sanyal, Honorary Secretary, HSS, Bengal; Sh. Shoukat Ashai, Convenor, APA, J&K; Sh. Abdul Majid Bichhu, Convenor, APA, J&K; Sh. Sonaulla Tamir, Senior leader, ABRS, J&K.