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YAIKS seeks clarity on proposed plan to rehabilitate Kashmiri Hindus in Valley
JammuExpress. Dated: 9/4/2020 10:06:09 PM


Jammu, September 4: Youth All India Kashmiri Samaj (YAIKS) has urged the government to clarify the reports of Union Government considering establishment of settlement for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus in 10-districts of Kashmir.
A delegation of YAIKS today met Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) T K Bhat and discussed various issues pertaining to displaced community of Kashmiri Pandits.
The delegation led by YAIKS president R K Bhat said, “Government needs to clear it's stand on the news circulating on social media, that Ministry of Home Affairs had said that 10 townships will be created in Kashmir Valley in different districts for the return of Kashmiri Pandits back to Valley”.
Bhat further asked Relief Commissioner about the progress of accommodation for the Valley Posted Migrant Employees and schooling of their ward's.
The Commissioner gave patient hearing to the deputation and informed them that there is no such communication from Government side either from his office or from Home Ministry about the resettlement of Kashmiri Pandits in 10 townships at different locations in Kashmir Valley. He said please cooperate us to STOP such fake and bogas circulations / rumours made by some vested persons.
Commissioner further assured that the delegation that the Government is committed to rehabilitate all 6000 employees’ working under PMs employment package in Valley.
He said we are working hard to construct more quarters in Kashmir valley for employees and the construction will be done in stipulated time bound period. He said land for the construction of more accommodation has already been identified and owned by the rehabilitation department and the construction work will be speedup.
He said it's true due to COVID-19 there is delay in construction, but now we have speed up the matter.

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