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Problems and complaints of Minorities should be resolved in a timely manner, says Dharmsot

Punjab Tribune Bureau | July 09, 2020 04:02 PM

Dharmsot Meets members of the Commission

 CHANDIGARH: The Social Justice, Empowerment, and Minorities Welfare Minister of Punjab Sadhu Singh Dharmsot today emphasized that various Complaints/ problems of the people belonging to the Minorities of the state needs to be resolved soon so that there is no delay in getting them justice.

During a meeting with the Chairman and members of the Punjab State Minorities Commission today at Punjab Bhawan, Dharmsot appealed to the Commission to expedite the resolution of the Complaints/issues of the Minorities of the state. He said that even today, there are a lot of issues confronted by the Minorities which needs to be strictly stopped. He said that even though the law is doing its job properly, it is the priority of the state government to resolve the issues of the working class on a priority basis.

 

Dharmsot assured the commission members to resolve at the earliest different demands and other issues raised by the Commission.

The meeting was attended by Prof. Emanual Nahar, Chairman of the Punjab State Minorities Commission, Senior Vice Chairman Mohammad Rafi, Vice Chairman Hans Raj, Legal Advisor Angelina Brar, Director, Social Justice, Empowerment and Minorities Davinder Singh and senior officers of the department.

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