STATE TIMES NEWS R S PURA: Jammu Kashmir Sharnarthi Action Committee (JKSAC) in a meeting held at Jasore R.S Pura Jammu expressed its gratitude towards administrative council headed by G.C Murmu Lt. Governor for simplifying the procedure to claim the relief in respect of DPs of 1947 from POK who were initially registered outside J&K after 1947 turmoil but later came back and settled in the erstwhile State. The participants in the meeting also urged upon G.C Murmu to prepare a separate comprehensive roadmap for the final settlement of DPs of 1947 from PoJK having absolutely no similarity with other categories of DPs as they are the worst victims of one of the biggest genocide of the modern history of the world. Gurdev Singh President JKSAC along with Nater Parkash and Tarlok Singh Tara said that we are grateful to the Lt. Governor, Divisional Commissioner Sanjeev Verma, Simrandeep Singh Special Secretary DMRRR and PRO Jammu for mooting a proposal and for taking prompt action over the memorandum submitted by JKSAC on January 11, 2020 to simplify the procedure for obtaining relief assistance of Rs 5.5 lakh in respect of those DP families from POJK who initially went outside J&K after 1947 in search of food and shelter but later on returned and settled here. He said that Government had earlier issued an order No-07-JK(DMRRR) dated December 11, 2019 where such DPs were asked to submit claims along with voter lists of 1965 and 71 which has now been revoked. He said that the requirement has been simplified and confined to the latest voter list, ration card or electricity bill to establish the residential status to seek the relief. Others who spoke include Sushil Kumar Sarpanch, Satpal Panch, Om Parkash Panch, Master Yog Raj and Santosh Kumar.
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