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Arrangements finalized for sending back stranded Persons

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KUPWARA, JUNE 11: District Administration Kupwara has made special arrangements for 206 stranded migrant labourers for return to their native places. 

A programme schedule for their departure has been devised which will start from June 13 and conclude on June 15. For their pick-up, two venues have been notified in the district which includes District Police Lines (DPL) Kupwara and Government Boys Higher Secondary School (BHSS) Handwara.

The persons belonging to Bihar have been asked to present themselves at DPL Kupwara on June 13 for their departure and the persons belonging to West Bengal & Jharkhand have been asked to present themselves at the same venue on June 15 for departure.

Similarly, the persons belonging to Uttar Pradesh have been asked to present themselves at BHSS Handwara on June 14 for their departure.

On the occasion, the additional deputy commissioner (ADC) directed the concerned to keep close coordination among themselves for smooth departure of the stranded outsiders from the district.

Meanwhile, the stranded outsiders, who have not yet registered themselves with Labour Department Kupwara and are willing to go back to their home state, have been asked to avail off the opportunity and present themselves at the same venues according to their place of destination.

Assistant Labour Commissioner, District Statistical & Evaluation Officer, ARTO, Manager SRTC and other concerned were present in the meeting.

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