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RRRM demands early implementation of recruitment package of Kashmiri Pandits
9/29/2020 11:40:29 PM

Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Sept 29: Kashmiri Pandit group Reconciliation, Return & Rehabilitations of Migrants (RRRM) today accused the Jammu & Kashmir administration of delaying implementation of recommendations of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to fill the vacant posts against the PM Package towards the return & rehabilitation of the Kashmiri Migrants.
Satish Mahaldar, Chairman RRRM said that despite repeated reminders the recruitment process is pending. Satish requested the administration of Jammu & Kashmir to implement High Court & the MHA order in letter & spirit so that the deprived members of the minority community get relief to sustain & survive. “It is an irony that no official or the government in UT or Centre is paying heed to the genuine demands of the Kashmiri Pandits. This has once again proven the apathetic attitude of those at the helm. Kashmiri Pandits have been suffering for the past 70 years on account of the denial of democratic, religious and cultural rights in Kashmir,” said Chairman RRRM.
Satish said that despite, raising the issue several times and even paying heavily by getting uprooted from the homeland and facing genocide/ethnic cleansing, no government in power has given the community members relief and assurance in practicality. He urged the Government of India to immediately allocate three lakh crore budget towards the physical & economic rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandit Migrants in the current financial year with special provision that includes the cost of minimum one kanal land & towards construction of four-bedroom house to each Kashmiri Pandit Migrant family.
“We urge the GOI immediately to sanction minimum 300 acres of land which should be allocated / reserved for Kashmiri Pandit Migrants who want to set up industry in Kashmir at a nominal cost. We urge GOI to set up an SIT to probe into the killings of innocent Kashmiri Pandits in the Kashmir valley since 1989 onwards and also probe who were responsible for the exodus of Kashmiri Pandit. The SIT should be headed by a retired Supreme court Judge,” said Chairman RRM.
Satish urged the GoI to sanction 30 acres of land towards setting up of Sharda University in Kashmir. He said that census should be considered before proceeding for the delimitation process as we all are aware that most of the names of most of the Kashmiri Pandits have been illegally deleted from the electoral rolls of Kashmir.
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