J&Ok Lieutenant-Governor Manoj Sinha, whereas launching a portal on Tuesday to allow Kashmiri migrants to submit on-line grievances relating to their properties in Kashmir and safe a time-bound redressal, stated it would alleviate the plight of round 44,000 migrant households — of which 40,142 are from the Hindu neighborhood, 2,684 from Muslim neighborhood and 1,730 from Sikh fold — and allow them to return to their ancestral properties in Kashmir with dignity, bringing closure and undoing years of injustice.
The complaints obtained on the portal will likely be disposed of in a set timeframe underneath the Public Providers Assure Act, 2011 by the income authorities. The deputy commissioner has been given the authority to undertake subject verification or survey of migrant properties and replace all registers inside 15 days earlier than submitting a compliance report back to the divisional commissioner, Kashmir. The district Justice of the Peace will take well timed motion for eviction, custody and restoration of encroached/forcibly taken properties and provoke motion in opposition to the violators.
The portal, being run on a trial foundation since August 21, obtained 854 complaints through the trial interval. That is in sharp distinction to 113 complaints obtained by the workplace aid and rehabilitation commissioner between 2018-19 and 2020-2021.
Talking on the launch, LG Sinha stated the initiative, primarily based on beliefs of former PM A B Vajpayee and PM Narendra Modi, was an end result of excellent governance practices of the UT authorities. “It’s the duty of the current to rectify the errors of the previous… I request all residents to assist the administration on this effort and set a brand new instance of brotherhood”, Sinha stated.