Colonies Of Displaced People From PAJK TO Be Regularised: LG Sinha

SRINAGAR: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Monday said the government has identified land for the construction of PAJK Bhawan for the displaced PAJK people, who have suffered a lot over the past so many decades while as the colonies they are living in will be “regularized shortly.”

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of an event titled special governance for PAJK people, in Jammu, LG Sinha said that the divisional administration Jammu has identified land where PAJK Bhawan will come up for the displaced PAJK refugees.

“These people have suffered a lot and their children are the worst sufferers. We will soon have a PAJK Bhawan and the colonies where these people are living will be regularized shortly. The development of new JK is incomplete without integration of PAJK displaced persons in the mainstream development,” he said, adding that the children of displaced PAJK refugees will be given priority in jobs and education.

He said that the government is committed to resolve all issues being faced by the PAJK refugees, “The divisional administration and the revenue officials will hold deliberations with the displaced PAJK people before setting the ball rolling for the PAJK Bhawan,” LG Sinha said.

He said that PAJK is an integral part of India and no power on earth can keep it away from the Union for long. “I urge all the PAJK people including women and youth to play their part in building a strong India and vibrant India,” he said.

He said that the way a huge list of KP youth has been received by the administration for entrepreneurship, similarly, PAJK should follow the suit.

“Register your youth in the camps and administration will provide all support for your youth to become entrepreneurs who can provide employment to five other youth,” he said, adding that these camps will be organized in every district.

He said that 50 lakh youth took part in sports related activities as huge investment was made to upgrade the sports infrastructure across the UT. “Large number of people were deprived of their rights and it was for the first time after the historic decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 5, 2019, these people got all their rights.”

“These people are living a dignified life now,” he said, adding that the administration has directed all the banks to provide all support to youth who are coming forward to start their own ventures. (KNO)


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