Benefits for violence affected families

Providing benefits to those people who were affected by the violence in the past three decades in the state is an appreciable step of government in the J&K state.
This is the first when any successive government of the state thinks for those persons who were affected in the violence in the state and planned for their rehabilitation.
Even the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in yesterday’s meeting directed the concerned officers to update the data base of people affected by the violence in the past three decades in the state so that concrete steps for their complete integration into the social set-up could be taken. However, the special programmes should be planned for the rehabilitation and integration of poor victims into the social mainstream of the state. Even the intervention was needed for the proper and complete rehabilitation of women and children, particularly in education and health sectors. This kind of steps taken by Chief Minister is appreciated across the state. Already her vision to make the state to be number one and her this kind of steps shows that how much she is concern over the people of the state.
This is not the first time when she (CM) launch or planning to do betterment of the people of the state earlier also she has given the chance to the younger generation especially the girl child and launch a scooty scheme for them so that they can get proper education in the state.
She also makes some plans for valley students and always urges them to concentrate on their studies so that they can make their future better.
Now her this scheme wherein she decided to review the number of widows, orphans and parents of killed persons in the state so that an actual and updated number of such victims was available for their rehabilitation. It also decided that the action plan for the council would henceforth be finalised in March every year so that the assistance could be disbursed from April onwards.
To enhance the one-time marriage assistance to young widows and grown-up daughters of the victims to Rs 40,000 per case. The meeting also asked the council to pursue the various funding patterns available in the Central government for the benefit of victims of violence in the state.

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