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KPC criticizes Govt for allowing fresh registration

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Feb 15: KPC has vehemently criticized the confused and defective Kashmir policy of the State and Central Governments and questioned the leaders and Government at the helm of affairs that at one hand they are making hard persuasion and exercise for the return of displaced KPs and other migrants to Valley but unfortunately at other hand allowing a fresh registration for so–called political activists and others under threat that they are facing a threat in the Valley.
KPC Chief Kundan Kashmiri has said that it is politically motivated move and this has totally exposed the policy of State and Center Governments on the return of displaced people to Kashmir Valley and it is an exercise and effort only to benefit the political activists of the Valley of various organizations and others out of the funds and facilities given to the displaced Pandits and others already in exile from the last 27 years.
He also rejected the proposed move of State Government to settle Muslim migrant employees and others in temporary transit camps to be constructed in the Valley under PM package for KP employees posted in the Valley, which would further create chaos, confusion and insecurity among the KP employees to be settled in those temporary transit camps.
KPC Chief stated the move of State and Center Governments to get displaced people of J&K State under an insurance cover, is a step to right direction, which would enable them to get hassle–free access to modern health care facilities including hospitalization,and stressed to the concerned authorities to implement the said insurance scheme for these deserving people at the earliest, which will give much relief to them
Kashmiri also appealed to the state Govt that in view of Maha–Shivratri festival falling on February 24, the relief amount to be disbursed at the earliest among displaced KP relief holders.


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