Move employees in Jammu urge governor to facilitate their journey back home

In a statement, ECC Civil Secretariat Jammu chairman Ghulam Rasool Mir requested Governor Satya Pal Malik to give employees and their families transport facility and protection from Jammu to their homes as “every one of them feels insecure in Jammu.”

GK Web Desk
Srinagar, Publish Date: Feb 17 2019 3:11PM | Updated Date: Feb 17 2019 3:11PM
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Employees Coordination Committee Civil Secretariat Jammu on Sunday urged the state government to facilitate their journey back to Kashmir in view of mob violence in the state’s winter capital.

In a statement, ECC Civil Secretariat Jammu chairman Ghulam Rasool Mir requested Governor  Satya Pal Malik to give employees and their families transport facility and protection from Jammu to their homes as “every one of them feels insecure in Jammu.”

He said the families of move employees were facing shortage of essential commodities in the city. “In case the govt will not provide them safe passage to leave, the employees have no option but to leave till the situation doesn't get normal,” he said.

Meanwhile, curfew continued in Jammu for third straight day on Sunday following mob attacks on local Muslims and Kashmiris during a shutdown call against Pulwama bombing.

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