The district authorities have sent a report to the state government about the rehabilitation measures undertaken for Muzaffarnagar riots victims living in relief camps after Supreme Court sought a reply in this regard.
Amid criticism for ignoring Muzaffarnagar riots victims living in relief camps, the Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday said that those who have refused to go back o their homes have been misled by locals of other political parties.
Pulling up the Uttar Pradesh government over the plight of victims of the Muzaffarnagar riots, the Supreme Court has ordered it to immediately supply blankets and medical help to people living in relief camps.
Uttar Pradesh government on Saturday announced a one-time financial assistance of rupees 5 lakh to help in the rehabilitation of each displaced Muslim family still living in relief camps after the Muzaffarnagar riots.
In the wake of ethnic violence in Assam`s Bodo Territorial Autonomous District (BTAD), CPI(M) on Sunday demanded immediate renewal of the National Register of Indian Citizens (NRIC) based on the 1971 voter list.
Over 2.42 lakh inmates are staying in 218 camps in Assam`s Kokrajhar, Chirang, Bongaigaon, Dhubri and Barpeta districts and 1,540 new inmates have taken shelter in relief camps at trouble-torn Kokrajhar and Chirang.