Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Meeting of divisional committee (Jodhpur division)

The state committee for resolving the issues of Pak migrants - with all its three-tiers (state, divisions & districts)- has been reactivated through a notification by state government. The meeting of divisional committee (Jodhpur division) is held on 5th October 2015 at Jodhpur in the chair of Commissioner Jodhpur division wherein all the concerned officials of division and districts including IG, SPs and District Collectors participated. Seemant Lok Sangathan/UJAS is also member of the committee as representatives of migrant community. Hindu Singh Sodha participated in the meeting and presented the plight of migrants. Officials discussed various aspects aimed at improving the administrative practices at ground making migrant friendly at possible extent. Hope such kind of meetings will help to create conducive environment helping migrants to be rehabilitated and integrated.

Saturday, 3 October 2015

Foreign students delegate visited UJAS

SIT Jaipur foreign students delegate visited UJAS work.....Hindu Singh Sodha delivered a lecture on migrants issue and UJAS work.

Friday, 2 October 2015

UJAS handicrafts exhibition stall in Indian Industrial Fair

Glimpses of the UJAS handicrafts exhibition stall in Indian Industrial Fair on its first day....dated 02-10-2015.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

World Refugee Day - Public Hearing

June 20th, 2013 was World Refugee Day. In honor of this internationally-recognized day devoted to refugees, UJAS hosted a public hearing in Jodhpur near Rajeev Ghandi Square at Nai Sarak. 

Over 1000 refugees, dignitaries, and volunteers gathered to show their support for Hindu-Pakistanis living in India and to demand justice from the government. 

Several refugees and dignitaries spoke about their personal grievances and struggles, as well as their plans for future action. A memorandum was submitted to the Prime Minister of India and Chief Minister of Rajasthan by Mr. Hindu Singh Sodha at the end of the hearing. The document listed the nine demands focused on through the campaign, Crying Out For Justice:

1. Justice for Pakistani minorities
2. Citizenship
3. Education for our children
4. Official refugee status
5. Permanent laws and policies
6. Inclusion in government schemes
7. Rehabilitation packages
8. Simplification of the visa process
9. Allowance of doctors with Pakistani degrees to practice in India

The public hearing was feautred in newspapers, including the Hindustan Times, Rajasthan Patrika, and Dainik Bhaskar, the following day!