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BWC holds protest against State Government
2/12/2018 10:11:10 PM
Early Times Report
Samba, Feb 12: Border Welfare Committee (BWC) Samba and Kathua unit Gahgwal staged a protest demonstration against the collation government
The protest held under the leadership of Jiya Lal Verma Chairman Border Welfare Development Committee unit Ghagwal. According to the report, a large number of border residents assembled in outside the SDM office Ghagwal. They raised slogan and shouting against the coalition government. They alleged several time the border welfare committee submitted a memorandum to the state and central government regarding the problems face by the people of border.
During the three years tenure of state and central government both are not serious over the demands of the people of border. They alleged that When the Pakistan rangers started unprovoked firing and targeted the civilian areas people force to take shelter in safer places and relative house but till date the State and central Government only fake promised to the people for five Marla plot in safer places.
They also said that those person who were killed during the ceasefire violation they should also deserve martyr status. Since 1947 to till date the people of border several times migrate from their houses and take shelter in migrant's camp due to ceasefire violation. People of border given thousand canal land to the government for defence, but till date the state government not give any compensation to the people of border but the people of border keep quiet. Till time 25 percent people of border migrate from the border villages and construct the house in safer places but how will the poor people take such an expensive place.
Jiya Lal Verma Chairman Border Welfare Committee Unit Ghagwal said that the state and central government failed to allot the five Marla plot to the residents of border in safer places the present government failed to gave compensation to firing victim and those who killed during the ceasefire violation. They demanded to Government to give five Lakh rupees compensation for that person who killed and injured during ceasefire violation.
He demanded to the state government to allots five Marla plot to the people of border in safer places and special recruitment to the youth of border villages and those person who killed during the cross border firing to get the name of martyred. Later they were submitted a memorandum to the SDM Ghagwal Narian Dutt Sharma.
Among other those present including Anu khajuria, kuldeep verma, Pawnesh Shashtri, Rajesh Singh, Master ishwar Dass, Ganesh Sharma , Jagdish Raj, Ajeet Kumar, Akhil Pangotra, Suresh Kumar and Kabul Singh.
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