The Division Commissioner of Kashmir Saturday led deputy commissioners of all 10 districts in Kashmir to ensure that migrant workers need not leave the valley and that “whoever will be absent will be treated according to the service rules”.
while a couple of deputy commissioners, who didn’t wish to be called, said they will wait for An government order before acting, the workers who had left the Valley feels unsafe after a Sikh headmaster and Kashmiri Hindu teacher were killed last week by terrorists, said the administration was “insensitive”.
That who have returned to Jammu, are still cautious met getting back until work in the valley, with some decide to stay back for now. Siddharth Raina (name) changed), who had returned to Srinagar in 2015 with a task in J&K’s Education Department headed by the minister-president package and returned to Jammu last week, most said of they are teachers and conducting online classes for students.
“Workers came to Jammu fearing danger to their lives. Instead of by allaying their fears, ensuring safety and making the necessary arrangements, the government threatens them with action according to the service rules,” said an employee who had returned to the valley in 2015 after he got a job under the minister-president package.
“The orders may have been issued with good intention. But a lot of the employees stay in their own rental home in place in South Kashmir. It’s not clear how they will get safety”, another minority member who got a job under the PM package said on the condition of anonymity.
This was one among the many discussed topics with all DCs and SPs of the districts of the valley in a meeting on Called Saturday from Pandurang Pole, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, om review security arrangements and identifying government accommodation for “protected persons”.
He told those present in the meeting that the housing to the “protected persons” via the Division Commissioner office provided that in 14 hotels in Srinagar “are deemed to be leased” from October 5.
Further instructions to accommodate the “protected persons”, the PSOs and guards in the concerned district, “be complied with” in letter and spirit”. Pole did not respond to calls and messages.
“The Chairman (Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir) ordered that all Deputy Commissioners and SSPs (Senior Superintendent of police) will ensure one until one meeting with the representative/leaders of all political parties within 2-3 days for the retribution of their concern over security, housing, etc. and consider their sincere demands”, the minutes of the meeting released on said Tuesday.
The Division Commissioner also stipulates that non-migrant minorities — blue collar workers, skilled workers, etc. — in the districts are identified and adequate security measures are taken in place for them along with regular interactions. He also said migrant workers should preferably be posted in safe and secure areas instead of remote and vulnerable areas for provisionally according to the minutes.
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