JK govt sanctions Rs 1.84 cr for militancy victims
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government
has sanctioned Rs 1.84 crore ex-gratia reliefs for families of
victims in 54 militancy cases in Kupwara district, officials
said on Wednesday.
The decision was taken yesterday at a Kupwara District
Level Screening Committee meeting chaired by District
Magistrate MS Rather, they said.
The relief was sanctioned in favour of 54 militancy
cases, including four deaths, three injury and one property
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