Eye' approach on KPs' issues: Manvadhikar National Party | KNO

Eye' approach on KPs' issues: Manvadhikar National Party | KNO

Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

Accused the  State and Central Government for  adopting a 'Nelson's Eye'  towards the plight of exiled Kashmiri Pandits who have been languishing in migrant camps in Jammu and other parts of the country since 1990.  Sanjay Dhar State president of   Manvadhikar National Party asserted that  the community has been deprived of even basic amenities whereas their  permanent rehabilitation was  still a distant dream.  Interacting  the MNP with educated unemployed youth from the  exiled community revealed that much talked about  Prime Minister's employment package  was not properly implemented and remaining  3000 posts  have not been fulfilled so far. 

Sh Sanjay Dhar, State  President of MNP took the  Government to task for its failure to provide adequate cash assistance to eligible  migrants who were getting  a meagre Rs 2500/- per month per soul besides a few kgs of rice and wheat. Dhar said  that 

Keeping in view the price rise of essential  commodities  Government must enhance the  cash assistance to Rs. 5000/- per soul per month. Dhar demanded   rehabilitation     of the displaced community   by creating - township in Anantnag, Srinagar and Baramulla districts besides a compensation of Rs 50 lakh to each migrant family,"  Dhar maintained that the Jagti transit camp has turned out to be poorly constructed  clusters which have  developed cracks in ceilings and inner and outer walls and there was leakages from roofs.