4272 Applications Filed By Migrants For Return To Kashmir

1 January 2010

Srinagar: With the Jammu and Kashmir government implementing the plan to help Kashmiri migrants who wish to return to the valley, as many as 4,272 applications have filed in this regard. 'As many as 4,272 applications have been recieved from migrants, who wish to return to Kashmir valley,' relief commissioner, Vinood Koul said here. These included 1,185 from Srinagar district, 1,120 from Pulwama, 447 from Shopian, 412 from Kupwara, 344 from Anantang, 282 from Budgam, 238 from Baramulla, 146 from Kangan and 98 from Ganderbal. This was revealed at a meeting of Assurance Committee (AC) of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly chaired by MLA MY Tarigami here today. As many as 13,971 migrant unemployed youth have submitted their applications for government jobs in Kashmir valley under the special package.

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