JAMMU : Notwithstanding the tall claims of both Government of India and state government regarding the return and rehabilitation policy for Kashmiri Pandit migrants with honor and dignity to their native places, the inmates of the Jagti Township are still facing various problems like road, electricity and other facilities which were arranged for them before shifting to Nagrota Township has exposed the claims of both the governments.
The road connected from Nagrota (Kandoli Mandir Chowk) to Jagti Township is in dilapidated condition due to negligence and carelessness of the Road and Building department since the shifting of inmates to Jagti Township. However, the work done on that road look like a nightmare due to which the inmates including school going children of the Township suffer a lot while coming to and fro from the said spot. One of the inmates of Township Ramesh Koul while taking to KTNS said, “Since the shifting of migrants to the migrant township at Jagti Nagrota, a road connecting Nagrota to Jagti colony is in the bad shape. The concerned Department (R&B) is working after it and the officers of the department and contractors having nexus of mitigating the funds meant for the said road. The repair work on this road has been taken several times but is being left undone every time.” Read more
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