Timely relief, fast-track filling up of posts under PM’s Package demanded

Highlighting demands of Kashmiri migrants, National Conference Minority Cell today castigated PDP-BJP duo for pushing Jammu and Kashmir to a spell of political uncertainty by pursuing the politics of opportunism and deceit.
“In the din of blame game and continued stalemate, the irresponsible duo is undermining their mandate by shirking their responsibilities towards people”, NC Minority Cell president M K Yogi said while interacting with the workers at Jagti this afternoon.
He blamed the insensitive coalition of failure on all fronts and said the misgovernance of ten months has multiplied the problems of people especially the youth. “The duo demonstrated high degree of irresponsibility and insensitivity towards the problems of the displaced people from Kashmir”, Mr Yogi said, adding that the brief spell of the traumatic dispensation will be remembered as dark chapter of Jammu and Kashmir history.
Mr Yogi referred to the sufferings of the camp dwellers and said that no headway was made in filling up the vacancies under the Prime Minister’s Employment Package for Kashmiri migrants. He said the displaced youth are craving for special recruitment drive for them in the police. While seeking relaxation in the age for youth seeking various jobs, he also demanded issuance of RBA certificates to the eligible candidates.
The Minority Cell also sought foolproof security in the Jagti township, timely release of relief and ration, ex-gratia to those whose houses have gutted in the valley, compensation to such of the migrants who were carrying on various business avocations, farming and running industrial units in the Valley before their migration.
Those who spoke on the occasion, included, Master Bal Krishan Bhat, Amit Koul, Ramesh Bharti, Ashwani Bhat, Abay Bakaya, Master Roshan Lal Bhat, Bittu Ji Bhat, Ved Lal Pandita, Vinod Pandita, Sahil, Priya, Pooja, Kajal, Priya and others

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