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dwellers.
 Flanked by senior leaders, including State Secretary Thakur Rachpal Singh and MLA Kathua Dr Kamal Arora, he said the special session of the State Legislature will enable the administration to frame a multi-pronged strategy to meet the exigencies on border with regard to rehabilitation of the people.
  "Let this human problem remain free from politics", he said while invoking the conscience of those at the helm, adding that the border residents need safe roofs by way of allotting them five marla plots in protective zones, schooling for children, adequate health cover, protection to livestock and conducive atmosphere for farming. He said the people in distress seem to have lost confidence in the political leadership, since the promises made have not been kept.
 Rana said that border skirmishes will remain a bitter reality unless the issues are resolved with the neighbouring country. He called for Indo-Pak dialogue for restoring order on the borders in the larger interest of hundreds of thousands people living along these. He said the pain of border dwellers cannot be felt hundreds of miles away. "It has to be felt by being amid them and understanding their psyche", he maintained.
 Others who were present during the conference included state vice presidents, Rattan Lal Gupta and Kashmira Singh besides Sheikh Bashir, Deepender Kour, Satwant Kour Dogra, Jugal Mahajan and others.

Set up Union Cabinet Sub Committee for permanent resolution of border populace: NC

Seeks special session of J&K Legislature Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, May 22 National Conference (NC) on Monday sought a special session of the State Legislature and constitution of Union Cabinet Sub Committee for deliberating the course of action with regard to permanent resolution of problems confronted to people along the Line of Control and International

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