District Administration has appealed the border residents, who were migrated after the ‘Surgical Strike’ conducted by Indian army across Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), to return to their respective places as the situation is now under control.
Talking to Newspoint, District Development Commissioner (DDC), Simrandeep Singh said, “The situation along border and LoC is now under control, appeal the migrant families to return to their respective places.”
Singh said that administration already open the schools near borders and LoC, villagers of these areas without wasting time send their wards to schools for further study as they already suffer a lot due to escalation of both the nations (India and Pakistan) on borders. DDC maintained that the migrant families of R S Pura, Suchetgarh, Bishnah are already return to their houses and busy in their day to day works.
He added that the administration now appeal to left over families of border areas from Pallanwala, Khour and other areas of Akhnoor sector to return to their places as the situation in their areas are also improved and under control.
The report from all the borders and LoC are taking from army on daily basis and army has provided assurances to Administration that the situation is currently under control then it took the decision to send these left over families back to their places, DDC informed.
DDC notified that yesterday the ceasefire violations on Poonch, Akhnoor sectors were normal and the border residents have more knowledge than him regarding the firing and shelling.
He said, “Administration is appealing them to return to their places and look after their agricultural activities in the farms, added that administration will provide them every possible help incase of any emergency and will inform if the situation is deteriorating.”
Earlier on September 30, the government has shifted civilans residing closer to the border belt of R S Pura, Akhnoor and other areas as precautionary measures after surgical strikes on terrorist launching pads in PoK.
Various border villagers are happy with the strike launched by the Indian troops and maintained that it should have been done much earlier. They maintained that the Pakistani aided armed terrorists are involved in blood-shed in J&K for the last about two and half decades.