SCM established in Delhi to redress concerns of Kashmiri Migrants

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By Fast Kashmir on 10/04/2018.

SCM established in Delhi to redress concerns of Kashmiri Migrants

 

NEW DELHI, APRIL 10: The Special Cell for Migrants (SCM) has been recently established in the Resident Commission, J&K Government, New Delhi to coordinate the matters relating to migrants.

The Cell would take care of various issues concerning the welfare of Kashmiri Pandit community like issuance of Permanent Resident Certificate, release of salaries, pension, relief, birth certificates etc.

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The Cell will function at Resident Commissions Office, 5-Prithvi Raj Road, New Delhi; contact numbers for the same are 011-24611108, 24611210, (Fax) 011-24601277, 24627047.

E-mails of SCM are [email protected], [email protected]

Pertinently, the cell has started functioning officially from April 06, 2018. The cell has been created with the efforts of Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti.

Various Kashmiri Pandit Social Associations/ Groups have hailed the decision of Chief Minister for her personal intervention in establishment of this Special Cell which would greatly help in mitigating the issues of Kashmiri Pandits who have migrated to New Delhi and NCR.