J&K govt helping five lakh militancy victims
Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government
on Tuesday said it was extending every help to five lakh victims of
militancy in the state.
The state government was extending every help to the
victims through various welfare agencies, Social Welfare
minister Sakina Itoo said.
The state has a Rehabilitation Council which looks after
the victims of militancy, education of their wards and other
needs, she said.
The state government, besides providing financial help
for education, marriages and health, also gives monthly relief
of Rs 750 to each family, the Minister said.
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