Coronavirus: Kashmir Chamber Asks Stranded People To Get In Touch With Administration

SRINAGAR: Kashmir Chamber is seeking government’s intervention in bringing home thousands of Kashmiris stranded elsewhere across India. They had a meeting with Kashmir Commissioner, P K Pole.

Members of Kashmir Chamber of Commerce in a meeting with the Kashmir Divisional Commissioner, PK Pole on April 17, 20202. Pic: KCCI

A Chamber spokesman said the delegation led by Sheikh Ashiq apprised the Commissioner about issues including the return of Kashmiri businessmen, students and labourers stranded in various areas across the county especially in Delhi, Kolkata and Goa.

Pole, the spokesman said assured the delegation that a proper strategy will be formed to bring them back to Kashmir and till the time nodal officers will be appointed to take care of their issues and grievances.

Over 35,000 J&K laborers stranded across India

On basis of this assurance, the Chamber has told the people stranded across India to avoid getting lured by the fake news and rumours and instead get in touch with the following officers and follow the guidelines given by Jammu and Kashmir administration.

The officers are Neeraj Kumar, Resident Commissioner Delhi (cell No: +919622074444) and Zameer Ahmad, Assistant labour Commissioner (+91 9797172356).

Thousands of Kashmiris are stranded across India and some of them are in real need of basic necessities. In Himachal Pradesh, some of the labourers are in an insecure environment.

Coronavirus: Sans Food, Kashmir Workers Stranded In Himachal Want A Home Drive

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here