JAMMU, Aug 8: Mirpur Balidan Bhawan Samity, New Delhi- an organization looking after the welfare of the Displaced Persons from Mirpur , has appealed the Lt Governor of Jammu and Kashmir to personally intervene for redressal of the grievance of PoJK Displaced families settled outside J&K, whose applications for registration as Displaced Person are being rejected with different flimsy remarks.
In an open letter to the Lt Governor, the Samity said their application are being rejected with contradictory different reasons in respect of Permanent Address, due to which the DPs are not able to understand what exactly the Government of J&K wants from them.
Pertinent to mention that Displaced Persons from PoJK, settled outside J&K, were directed that they should get registered as Displaced Person with the Relief & Rehabilitation, Migrants Commissioner, Jammu within a period of one year.
The letter listed example of Dr Sudesh Ratan, the President of Mirpur Balidan Bhawan Samity, New Delhi, whose Application Number JK 202007000085 was uploaded successfully on 25/07/2020 but rejected on 06/08/2020 with the remarks “Applicant has not mentioned his Permanent Address of valley.” He had mentioned Permanent Address as of Delhi.
In case of Madan Mohan Gupta, the General Secretary, Mirpur Balidan Bhawan Samity, New Delhi, his Application Number JK202007000027 uploaded successfully on 25/07/2020 has been rejected on 06/08/2020 with the remarks that “Permanent Address must be from PoJK”. He had also mentioned Permanent Address as of Delhi.
However in the case of Harpal Singh, settled at Ganganagar, Rajasthan, his Application No. JK202007000048 uploaded successfully on 25/07/2020, was rejected on 06/08/2020 with the remarks “Rejected due to Permanent Address which is from PoJK” as he had mentioned his Permanent Address; H.No.106, Mohalla Hill Surang, Tehsil Bagh, Distt Poonch, PoJK.
Hence, the Samity explained, all the three applications were rejected with contradictory different reasons due to which DPs are not able to understand what exactly the Govt of J&K wants from them.
Highlighting the grievance in the letter, copies of which have also been forwarded to Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh, former Deputy CM Kavinder Gupta and Additional Secretary, MHA (JKL affairs), the Samity has urged Lt Governor to look into the matters and issues necessary instructions to the concerned department so that the PoJK Displaced families, settled outside J&K may get themselves registered within the stipulated time.