Jat Mahasabha plans expansion in all districts

Updated on Oct 31, 2014 10:14 PM IST

The All-India Jat Mahasabha will announce its new units for all districts of Punjab. Congress legislator Sukhbinder Singh Sukh Sarkaria, a member of the national executive body of the mahasabha, announced the decision here on Friday.

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Hindustan Times | By, Amritsar

The All-India Jat Mahasabha will announce its new units for all districts of Punjab. Congress legislator Sukhbinder Singh Sukh Sarkaria, a member of the national executive body of the mahasabha, announced the decision here on Friday.


Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Randhawa was on Friday appointed president of the district unit of the mahasabha. Sarkaria thanked Jat Mahasabha national president Capt Amarinder Singh for picking many people from Amritsar district for the Punjab unit of the organisation.

Members on the Punjab body include senior state vice-president Gurjeet Singh Aujla; state vice-president Jagbir Singh Sandhu; general secretaries Satinder Singh Majitha, Balwinder Singh and Mahabir Singh; and secretaries Harjinder Singh Sahgna, Jugraj Singh Gumtala, Jasbir Singh, and Kulbir Singh Khiala.

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