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KP employees protests outside BJP Hqtrs
1/6/2023 10:03:12 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 6: Scores of Kashmiri Pandit employees recruited under PM's Package today protested outside BJP Headquarters Jammu. The employees displayed their individual letters addressed to Prime Minister, Home Minister demanding Attachment to Jammu in the wake of targeted killings in Kashmir valley.
Reiterating their demand of Relocation/Attachment/Deployment to Jammu in wake of the targeted killings and on receipt of constant threat letters from LET affiliate terrorist organisation TRF, the employees citing their personal threat perceptions and fear-pshycosis urged BJP J&K UT President Ravinder Raina Administration that they must not be sent back forcefully to the valley. BJP President Ravinder Raina met the protesting Kashmiri Pandit employees outside his office and listened to their grievances patiently while assuring them that their demand of Attachment to Jammu is legitimate and will be taken up with the with the Home Minister on 8th of January in New Delhi. More than 2500 letters duly signed by the employees working across different Departments in the valley were handed over to BJP President so that the same be taken up with the Central BJP leadership. The letters are addressed to Prime Minister and Home Minister demanding Attachment to Jammu in view of the prevalent security scenario in the valley. The same were also submitted via electronic mode on the Prime Minister's Grievance portal yesterday.
The employees asserted that the LG Administration has failed to ensure the safety and security of the Kashmiri Pandit employees and is instead using the bureaucratic apparatus to push them to the brink by stopping their salaries and issuing showcause notices. The employees reiterated that owing to lack of basic security apparatus and incomplete rehabilitation structure, the employees can't go back to their respective places of posting in the valley. Meanwhile, withholding Salary of the employees for the past 5 months has gruesomely elevated hardships of their families in all respects whereas many employees who are suffering from life consuming diseases are finding it difficult to meet their basic and medical expenses. The employees appealed to the BJP J&K UT President Ravinder Raina to treat the matter on humanitarian grounds and show empathy with the employees who have been on roads for the past 242 days demanding that their Right to Life be protected and they be treated with Dignity. The employees reiterated that the LG Administration should work on the basic template of the Rehabilitation Package which was aimed to provide succour, relief, justice to the Kashmiri Pandit community and should stop coercing employees to join back taking in view the prevalent security scenario of the valley.
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