JK government extends compensation to victims of non-local activists under SRO-43

The government of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday extended SRO-43 assistance to non-local victims of terrorist violence, which will entitle their next of kin to cash compensation.

The decision was taken by the Union Territory Administrative Council, which met here under the chairmanship of Lieutenant Governor (LG) Manoj Sinha, an official spokesperson said. The decision extended SRO-43 assistance to the next of kin of victims who were not residents of Jammu and Kashmir who were killed in the recent violence in the Kashmir Valley, he said. -he declares.

LG advisers Farooq Khan and Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar as well as LG Principal Secretary Nitishwar Kumar attended the meeting.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta also attended the meeting where the decision was finalized. At least five non-local workers were killed in terrorist violence during October of this year. SRO-43, enacted as Compassionate Appointment Rules in 1994, was enacted to compensate relatives of victims of activism among government employees and other permanent residents of J&K.

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