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            M. L. Raina (K.A.S)           Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner

 

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    The disturbed conditions existing in the Kashmir valley since 1990, due to the onset of militancy led to the mass  exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits and some families belonging to Sikh and Muslim communities. The  number of such families was estimated around 57000. Most of the  families got settled or  sought refuge in and around Jammu city and  some in the other states of the country. Uprooting of such families from their homes and hearths as a result of the turmoil in the  valley caused an all round upheavel leading to various unfortunate developments at the  state, national and international levels.

     In order to look after the welfare of such families who had to  leave the valley in difficult  conditions leaving both movable and  immovable property behind and to meet their day to  day  requirements, the state   government created the Relief Organisation  for looking after  such families and to provide them immediate relief such as Cash Assistance, Free Ration, Shelter etc.
    
     The organisation since 1990 has been continuously providing every type of assistance to the families putting up in and around Jammu and also under the instructions of Govt. of India, other states, where ever the migrants got settled are also providing some facilities to the migrant families. 

     The Relief Organisation is headed by Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner and is working under the administrative control of the Revenue Department. More than 30 field offices are functional in and around Jammu city for providing of necessary assistance to the migrants.

     During 1990 many relief camps in Jammu, Udhampur, Kathua, Reasi were established where more than 5500 families were accommodated and over a period time these camps have been shifted to Jammu District and presently Relief & Rehabilitation Department has five Camps with facility of Two Room Tenement(TRT). rest of families have either constructed their own houses and some 2500 families are still residing on rent as tenents.

 

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