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JAMMU: Shiv Sena Bala Saheb Thackeray Jammu and Kashmir unit has demanded hike in the monthly cash assistance provided to Kashmiri migrants and ensure their safe and dignified return to the Valley at the earliest. Addressing a press conference here today at the party’s state office, Shiv Sena President UT J&K , Manish Sahni raised his voice in support of Kashmiri migrants who have become refugees in their own country.He said that it is quite unfortunate that these migrants have been living in the various camps for the displaced for the last 32 years and now it has become all the more difficult for them to survive amid sky-rocketing prices of essential commodities and unprecedented spine breaking inflation.He lamented that after having left their spacious houses under compelling circumstances due to terrorism in the valley one can well imagine their miseries while living in one-room tenements in camps especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Sahni asserted that it is quite impossible for a family head to take care of the family, especially the children’s education and medicines with a meager amount of Rs. 13000 to a family of four and above and even less than that to others.He demanded that Govt must immediately enhance the monthly cash assistance to these hapless migrants at least to Rs. 25000 per month till their return to homeland in Kashmir becomes possible.Sahni said that the present as well as all the previous governments have been making tall claims about the return of Kashmiri Pandits to their homes in the valley but the reality is that government has miserably failed on this front.
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