MUMBAI, AUGUST 6: With an aim to provide convenience of delivery of services and on-spot redressal of grievances to Kashmiri migrants, department of Disaster Management, Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction (DMRRR) department, J&K in collaboration with JK STUDY CENTRE MUMBAI and KP Organisation organised an interactive session and grievance redressal camp for Kashmiri migrants here.
During the interactive session at Kashyap Bhawan, Marole, Andheri (East) here, Secretary, DMRRR, Nazim Zai Khan said that this interaction has been organised with an aim to have first hand account of all the issues of Migrants, listen to their suggestions and inputs for their welfare.
During the session, various issues pertaining to the welfare of Kashmiri migrants were discussed in detail and the Secretary assured the participants of timely resolution of all of their issues and concerns.
The Secretary, DMRRR on the occasion appreciated the role of JK STUDY CENTRE and KP organisation for ensuring collaboration between Migrants at Mumbai and J&K UT Administration. He assured the Migrants that LG Administration under the leadership of Lieutenant Governor and Chief Secretary is committed towards delivery of services and mitigating all of their inconveniences.
Meanwhile, a grievance redressal camp was also held by a team of officers headed by Relief & Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) J&K, K.K.Sidha accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Relief, D.S.Bhau.
During the camp, the team issued more than 200 Domicile Certificates, 103 Ayushman Bharat PMJAY Golden Cards and other 22 services related to ration cards besides grievances related to their Property, Land, Health and Education were also redressed on the occasion.
During the camp, Relief Commissioner said that the Department is working on using Information and Communication Technology to the convenience of Migrants as well as for online delivery of services.
The KP Organisation and JK STUDY CENTRE on the occasion expressed gratitude to LG, Manoj Sinha, Chief Secretary Dr. A.K Mehta and Secretary, DMRRR for this outreach programme which cemented their faith in the system which is connecting them to their roots.