Jammu, June 13, 2021: Apni Party State Coordinator of Displaced Kashmir Pandits for Jammu, Vinod Pandita alongwith his counterpart of Kashmir Sanjay Dhar on the directions of State General Secretary Vijay Bakaya visited Buta Nagar and Muthi Migrant Camps in Jammu to interact with migrants living there.
The Apni Party leaders listened to their woes and problems in this pandemic and hot season so that the same could be taken up with the authorities for redressal.
In a joint statement issued, Vinod Pandita and Sanjay Dhar, said that both toured these migrant camps to look into their grievances and problems being faced by them and held a detailed meeting with Migrant Welfare Committee Muthi in Jammu headed by Anil Kumar Bhan, its President, M.K.Pandita, Senior Vice President, Kiran Ji Dassi, General Secretary, Kuldeep Kisroo, Co- General Secretary and others during their tour.
Anil Kumar Bhan, President, Migrant Welfare Committee Muthi, while addressing the meeting, highlighted the pertinent problems being faced by the residents of both camps on the front of half functioning of First Aid Centre, dilapidated condition of quarters, number old age /widow pension scheme for displaced community, formation of Golden cards and voter ID cards, covid vaccination for 18 plus, regular supply of pure drinking water etc requested for resolution of these problems on priority basis in order to ameliorate their grievances.
In his speech, Vinod Pandita said that the problems listed by the Muthi Welfare Committee are quite genuine and appealed to the Relief Commissioner to resolve these issues in a time bound period.
He also assured the Welfare Committee that he would take up these genuine issues with the party senior leadership as well as with concerned authorities for their disposal very shortly.
Sanjay Dhar, in his speech, said that Govt. needs to take the problems of Displaced Kashmiri Migrants living in exile for more than thirty years seriously and resolve them forthwith.
He also appealed that the Government of J&K Covid must ensure the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits back in the valley in a time bound period to end their exile that has made their lives miserable and pathetic on every front.