Govt failed to rehabilitate us: Kashmiri migrants
Srinagar, Apr 12: All PM Package Employees Association Sheikhpora Budgam Thursday accused Government of failing to rehabilitate Kashmiri migrants.
“The Government under PM’s Employment Package appointed us in 2010 and assured that all of us will be rehabilitated. Employees who are posted in different parts of the Valley have not been provided accommodation till date and they are suffering,” a spokesman of the association said.
“In each flat four families are accommodated on sharing basis. The problem is that one is not able to bring his family here due to shortage of space,” he said.
“Government’s slogans of relief and rehabilitation are a hoax,” he said.
He said State Government was misleading Central Government about the rehabilitation of migrants. “Such is the negligence more than 150 families have got only one tap for drinking water,” he added.
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