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KP migrant employees caught between devil and the deep sea
Div Com Pole says minutes of meeting regarding absence of migrant employees corrected
10/14/2021 12:04:34 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 13: Recent civilian killings in the Valley have led to many Kashmiri migrant employees returning to Jammu, however, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir has directed the Deputy Commissioners of ten districts in the Valley to ensure that no migrant employee leaves and if anyone moves out action should be taken against him/her according to the service rules.
Migrant employees while talking to Early Times said, “Instead of providing us with the security, we are being told that if we leave the Valley, action will be taken against us according to the service rules.”
The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir also directed SSPs and DCs to ensure that the adequate security is provided to the migrant employees and the ones posted in far-flung areas should be transferred to safer zones.
The migrant employees said, “The government needs to make us feel secure rather than compelling is to work in threat and fear.”
Meanwhile, Div Com Kashmir, P K Pole in a statement issued on late Wednesday evening reaffirmed the resolve of the government to ensure safety and security of all especially minority communities, he said that whatsoever has been mentioned in the minutes of the meeting regarding absence of migrant employees following killing of two school teachers has been corrected.
He said that all DCs of Kashmir division have been asked to take necessary measures for security of political leaders and representatives, besides ensure one to one meeting with the representative/ leaders of all the political parties for the redressal of their apprehensions regarding security, accommodation besides others.
Pole said that on his instructions the Deputy Commissioners/ SSPs are regularly paying visits at the migrant colonies/ accommodation and they are being briefed about the security/ confidence building measures, facilities and other arrangements being put in place by the Govt for their safety and security.
He also said that the officers have been issued clear cut directions to preferably post these migrant employees in safe and secure zones instead of far flung and vulnerable areas for the time being.
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