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    New website to be launched today for relief and rehabilitation of Kashmiri scholars, can complain online


    Srinagar. Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha will launch a website for Kashmiri scholars on Tuesday. With the help of this online portal, displaced Kashmiri scholars can lodge complaints regarding real estate and community property. After applying on this website you will get a unique ID. The complaint will then go to the concerned District Magistrate from where the process of proceedings will start. It is also stated that for any information in this regard the office of the Commissioner of Relief and Rehabilitation can be contacted at 0191-2586218 and 0191-2585458. Let us tell you that the Central and State Governments are constantly striving for the return of Kashmiri migrants to the state.

    Recently, Sinha noted that registration was necessary for families of Kashmiri scholars wishing to return to the valley and issued appropriate instructions. Under such circumstances, permanent Kashmiri migrants at home and abroad can register online with the Relief and Rehabilitation Department.

    More than 98,000 Kashmiri migrants have been issued residency certificates
    Significantly, as of the end of June, 98,600 Kashmiri migrants have been issued residency certificates. Officials said 90,40 residential certificates have been issued to Kashmiri scholars. Where 2340 families of displaced Kashmiris have been registered as new immigrants. Of these, 8,170 were issued residency certificates.

    Similarly, 2988 families of Pakistan-Occupied-Jammu and Kashmir Displaced Persons (POJKs) living outside Jammu and Kashmir have also been registered and given residency certificates. Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner TK Bhat, who is overseeing and overseeing the process of issuing citizenship certificates and re-registering displaced Kashmiri Pandits and POJs, said the process began in July last year.

    The voter list is being updated
    Any Kashmiri scholar or such displaced person who migrated from Kashmir before independence and has any proof of immovable property in Jammu and Kashmir during or after 1944 is entitled to reside / acquire citizenship in this Union Territory. On May 1 last year, the Jammu and Kashmir administration took a historic decision by opening new registrations for Kashmiri migrants and IDPs, paving the way for the inclusion of eligible people leaving the Union Territory.

    On the other hand, the voter list of Kashmiri Pandits is also being revised in view of preparations for the forthcoming Assembly elections. Voters who do not have a picture or name on their ID card are not on the list or misspelled, and work is underway to correct and add them. To this end, under the direction of district election officials in the Valley districts, the parties are inspecting the camps and fixing the voter list.

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