‘Govt fails to give relief to hailstorm border victims’

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Senior activists social workers of Singh youth Club and Anmol cultural club during their extensive visit to border areas of villages Ambkhori, Tutia, Kalasra and Ghai Upanyas near line of control (LOC) and assessed the damaged crops fruit and vegetables by heavy hailstorm some months ago.
Singh youth club (SYC) urged J&K government to issue an order to administration for give a ownership to farmers who have possession on evacuee property/Custodian land from 10 or 15 years and issue relief soon without any discrimination and bribe.
According to reports Singh Youth Club Sunderbani and Anmol cultural club Rajouri is working since 2003 in all blocks of district Rajouri as a social work. President of this Singh youth club & chairman of Anmol cultural club ZorawarSingh said our clubs have activive youths who always ready to do any social work in any block of district Rajouri. Singh said we visited in border areas in village Ambkhori Tautia, Dhaok Banyar, Ghai Upnyas, Palwal, Kalasra, Juhla and Dhok Kangri of block Sunderbani and see the great loss of farmers some months ago by heavy hailstorm. Farmers said crops such as wheat, mustered, vegetables and fruits mango tree, bananas trees, orange was totally damaged by heavy hailstorm and rain government is not issue us any relief to poor farmers. Team of Singh youth Club and Anmol cultural club meet with hailstorm victims Sarpanch Raj Kumar, Dhani Ram and others they said farmer always depend on theirs crops some farmers has taken crops loan from different banks now their crops were totally damaged and no the administration reach in these areas. They blamed J&K government for discriminating with them.
Singh urged the government for issue compensation soon and also said some formers couldn’t get any relief of previous flood because they settled on evacuee property/Custodian land so the administration couldn’t issue them relief.

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