JK Govt keen to solve refugees issues : Bhalla
Jammu, April 18 (Scoop News) - JK Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation, Raman Bhalla has said that the Government has submitted a proposal of Rs. 1775 crore to Central Government to facilitate one time settlement for Pak/POK refugees of 1947, 1965 and 1971.
This was stated by the Minister, while interacting with a deputation of Chhmab refugees of 1965, here today.
Bhalla said that the Government has already regularized 16-camp and
The Minister said for improving the socio-economic condition of the DPs, the Centre Government has approved Rs 49 crore packages for distribution among them as land deficiency compensation adding that out of which Rs 32 crore has already been distributed by arranging public darbars in their respective basties.
For facilitating the displaced families, Bhalla said the Government has enhanced compensation from Rs. 25000 to Rs. 1.50 lakh. He asked the left out families to approach the revenue officers for land deficiency compensation.
The President Chhamb Displaced Persons Association, Ch. Partap Singh, apprised the Minister that out of 8100 families who were displaced during 1965 Indo Pak War, 3500 families were resettled in two districts of
People of thirteen villages situated along the Cease Fire Line drawn by the United Nation between
However, theses 46 villages were excluded from Nowshera tehsil and included tehsil Akhnoor in
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