Take proactive steps to facilitate return of Pandits: Manoj Sinha

Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, Governor of Manoj Sinha said government officials must take proactive steps to facilitate the return of Kashmiri Pandits, who have been forced to flee their homes and are now settling in various parts of the country. country.

At a meeting on Saturday to review the operation of Disaster Management, Department of Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction (DMRR&R), Sinha said there are many families living in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and other parts of the country and abroad who are willing to return home or sign up for a copy. UT government officials must undertake an extensive exercise in reaching them through appropriate means of communication.

“Many people yearn for the old life and want to return to their homeland. Some families have settled elsewhere but may want to come here to submit to their homeland and register as Kashmiri migrants. do this with the utmost sensitivity and sincerity,” commented Governor Lt.

China’s governor told officials it is the government’s responsibility to ensure the dreams of thousands of people come true with the government’s proactive approach.

He also told officers to ensure that the interests of Kashmiri migrants reach all communities belonging to the group mentioned.

Statistics on the number of future handovers of the department, the Governor directs the officers to take effective measures to complete the work on time as committed.

Delays in the delivery of public services and the implementation of development works will not be tolerated. Governor Lt said action would be taken against officials responsible for the storage of the structures.

Governor Lt has set a deadline for completing transit accommodation for Kashmiri migrant workers across the valley.

While directing the postponement of the target time frame for completion of the ongoing construction works, Governor Lt has set November this year as a new timeline for completion Transit accommodation at Ganderbal.

Instructions have also been adopted to complete construction work at Shopian by March 2022 and at Baramulla and Bandipora by November 2022.

It is necessary to adhere to the timelines for the completion of the construction of feeder boarding houses. Any official found to be responsible for the delay will be placed on duty, maintained by Governor Lt.


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