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LG's activism has raised hopes of refugees, displaced people: Chrungoo
12/7/2019 10:11:02 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Dec 7: Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, BJP state Spokesperson on Kashmir Affairs said that Lt. Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, G.C. Murmu's activism has raised hopes of the refugees and displaced people.
Chrungoo said that the activism of the Lt. Governor is not only appreciable but it has set an agenda for the next six months for the bureaucracy and the administration of the UT. It is travesty of the spirit of the PM' Package for the displaced youth and the refugees of 1947 that a lot of issues are yet pending. The earlier bureaucratic rig-am-role, non-serious approach and unnecessary cobwebs of rules and regulations have taken the toll of time and thus many benefits could not reach the deserved people. It would be prudent to fill up all the vacancies pending regarding the PM's employment package for the Kashmiri displaced people in a time bound manner. Similarly, the updating of the waiting lists, de-reservation of vacancies and result- withheld cases need to be expedited at an immediate opportunity. The 500 posts reserved for the non-displaced Sikh and KP community youth under the PM employment package also should be advertised urgently.
The compensation payments to be made to the West Pakistan refugees, PoJK displaced persons and the displaced persons of 1965 and 1971 are also in the pipeline for a long time now. Despite persistent PMO's and Union Home Ministry's instructions and advice in this regard, the payments of compensation are being withheld on one pretext or the other. He made an appeal to the Lt. Governor to intervene in this context and personally monitor the processes connected with these issues. While on the one hand, the central government had been so liberal in allotment of funds, the results in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir have not been encouraging in the past.
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