ASKPC for hike in migrant relief
Jammu: All State Kashmiri Pandit Conference today demanded enhancement of monthly relief to the Kashmiri migrants; provision of adequate medical relief and health insurance scheme; relaxation of age in favour of over-aged Kashmir migrant youth to entitle them for employment and provision of merit-cum-means scholarships to the students of the community.
An ASKPC delegation met the Governor, N N Vohra and submitted a memorandum of their demands. They also demanded grant of minority status to the Pandits and ensuring protection of the lands of their religious places in the Valley by enactment of a law in this regard.
The Governor gave a patient hearing to the delegation and assured that he would take up their problems and demands with the Chief Minister.
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