Govt sanctions 35.40 lakh in favor of 22 militancy affected cases


The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday has sanctioned Rs 35.40 lakh in favor of 22 militancy affected cases in Baramulla district of north Kashmir, an official spokesman said on Friday.

The spokesman said Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr Nassir Ahmad Naqash chaired a District Level Screening Cum-Coordination Committee. Out of the 29 cases, 22 cases were cleared and others deferred for want of clarification and permission for re-examination.

He said rupees 4 lakh each was sanctioned in eight cases against compensating employment and six appointment cases were cleared as well while rupees 8.50 lakh were sanctioned in favor of one property damage case.

The eligibility including qualification of the applicants was also taken into account while deciding the appointments cases 3 lakh rupees sanctioned among three death cases.

Reports from Police, CID, and Army were thoroughly discussed while deciding the cases. Meanwhile, re-verification and dependent certificates in some cases were sought during the meeting.


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