First batch of displaced Kashmiris to shift to migrant township
Jammu: Displaced Kashmiri families, which
fled the Valley following outbreak of militancy in 1980s, will
begin shifting from Monday to the first migrant township
inaugurated by the Prime Minister on the city outskirts.
"Allotment and shifting of the flats in Jagti Migrant
township should start from April 18," officials of Relief
Department said in Jammu on Sunday.
After completing the process of verification for
allotment of quarters at Jagti, the list of 1,512 families who
qualify for allotment has been finalised, they said.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had inaugurated the
township by handing over keys to few allotees on March 4
After carrying out verification, allotments have been
made in three migrant camps of Muthi, Nagrota and Mishriwala.
The lists have been forwarded to the concerned camp
commandants, they said. The tomorrow verification process
related to Purkhoo camp has been also completed.
However, the list shall be finalised within next
couple of days, they said.
The Education Department has also made necessary
arrangements for school going children, they said.
The shifting of migrant families shall start
simultaneously from all the three camps from tomorrow and
possession shall be given to 48 families daily from each camp,
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