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JKSAC to launch awareness campaign
1/4/2019 9:56:53 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 4: Jammu Kashmir Sharnarthi Action Committee (JKSAC) has decided to launch an awareness campaign to educate DPs of 1947 from POK regarding their basic legitimate issues pending with both the Governments concerning their one time settlement.
The members also strongly condemned the authorities for making deliberate delay in the disbursement of the Rs 2000 Crore package as more that 8000 beneficiaries has yet to get the relief amount.
They urged upon Satya Pal Malik to expedite the process of disbursement as the beneficiaries are in great confusion and are being cheated and misled by various agents for their personal benefits.
Stressing upon the incumbent Govt. to take cognizance of the issue for causing delay in the disbursement with respect to remaining thousands of beneficiaries, Gurdev Singh, President strongly criticized the Govt. for making tall claims to end the disbursement of relief to all the categories of DPs by the end of 30th Nov. 2018.
He asserted that more than three months have passed, no funds have been released by MHA for disbursement resulting in the harassment of DPs and their being cheated and looted by package Mafia well under the nose of Govt. who have been many times urged to check this menace, but no adequate measures have been taken yet and DPs have been left at the mercy of this Mafia for the monetary benefits.
He urged upon Satya Pal Malik to intervene into the matter personally and stress upon the MHA to release the funds on priority for DPs awaiting their share of relief to save them from broad day light loot.
He regretted that certain political parties who could not do justice with the poor DPs for the last more than 6 decades, are now raising the bogey of Rs 25 lakhs package each DP family, approved by their Govt. just to exploit the DPs for taking political benefits in the forth coming elections.
He said that time has come to aware the DPs of the fact regarding this Rs 25 lakhs package which was sent to Govt. of India on 20th Oct. 2014 just one month ahead of 2014 assembly election. This package was returned back exactly after 17 days having no logic and justification with many queries which have not been replied till date by state administration.
He said that it holds no ground in presence of report made by Joint Parliamentary Committee on Home affairs for Rs 30 lakhs/DP family alongwith many other components. This report was placed simultaneously on the table of both houses of parliament on 22nd Dec. 2014 and was accepted. He said that it is great irony that lateron some conspiracy was hatched at certain level within the outgoing state govt. resulting in approval of Rs 5.5 lakhs only.
The members who spoke were Roshan Malhotra, Roshan Lal, Shamsher Singh Chouhalvi, Master Jog Raj (Jammu), DN. Sharma, Dev Raj (Contractor, Rajouri), Bhushan Lal Sharma, Mohinder Singh (Kathua).
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