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Deputation of Rani Bagh residents call on Raina; demand relief, rehabilitation
9/12/2019 9:55:58 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 12: Deputation of Residents of Rani Bagh area near Jammu Civil Airport, called on the Bharatiya Janata Party, State President Ravinder Raina at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
MLC Vikram Randhawa, BJP State Incharge all Cells Varinderjit Singh, BJP State Spokespersons Pt. Ashok Khajuria (Refugee), Balbir Ram Rattan, State Press Secretary Dr Pardeep Mahotra and other senior leaders from the state were also present on the occasion.
Deputation apprised the BJP State President that they are being forced to vacate their residence places near Airport for the Airport Extension purpose. They were pleading that they have lived their whole lives in the same very place since last 70 years and now they are left with no other option but to live out in the open with their houses razed to the grounds. They requested the State President that they are even ready to leave their residences but they must be provided relief in the terms of appropriate amount (as per the present market value) so they can build their new houses elsewhere and be promptly considered under some rehabilitation pan. They also said that they were promised that they will be given individual plots of 10 marlas each, but that promise too provide to be a castle of cards and there is no work visible on the ground for their rehabilitation. They said that their grievance is already registered in the Court of Law but the authorities are harassing them to quickly vacate their lands otherwise they will be forcibly ousted from their houses after completely demolishing the entire build up spaces.
Ravinder Raina, patiently listened to their issues and assured them that the party will look into the matter and work out the best possible course of action.
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