As Govt asserts ‘No Exclusive KP Townships’, Dy CM says ‘Committed to their Problems’



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Maintaining that the government is committed to address the issues concerning the migrant Kashmiri Pandits, the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh Saturday said necessary instructions have already been passed to the concerned to redress their problems in a time-bound manner.

The Deputy Chief Minister was interacting with a deputation of Kashmiri Pandits led by MLC, Surinder Ambardar who called on him here to seek redress of various problems being faced by them especially the ration issue, an official spokesperson said this evening.

Dr Singh assured the deputation the problems faced by them including the issue of rations would be resolved at the earliest. He said the government would ensure all the requisite facilities to them which they are entitled to.

MLC, Surinder Ambardar while seeking intervention of the Deputy Chief Minister in addressing the ration issue said that the same is not being provided to the community, which has resulted in severe hardships for them and needs quick resolution.

The Deputy Chief Minister took up with the issue with the concerned Minister and the Relief Organization and he was assured that the issue would be resolved within the shortest possible time.

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