'After 30 years, Kashmiri Pandits got their due,' CM Khattar handed over land papers under Vachanpurna Mission

Chandigarh: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar's government has handed over land allotment documents to the Pandits who have suffered genocide and exodus in Kashmir. CM Khattar has given the documents of allotment of land under the government's 'Vachanpurna Mission' to the families who had purchased land in the Jhajjar district three decades ago. The families of the victim community had purchased land in Sector-2 of Bahadurgarh in the district, but they were yet to get ownership of it.

During the announcement of the mission on Thursday (March 7), CM Khattar also handed over documents related to the ownership of their lands to the Kashmiri Pandit families. Meanwhile, CM Khattar said that some families have already been given plots and today 182 families have been given letters related to it. Through this entire process, the promises made to all the 209 families have been fulfilled.  

CM Khattar further said that on April 6, 2022, the ownership of the land was given through a draw of lots after verification of these plots being registered at that time and after necessary measurements. During this time, he has also attacked Congress. CM Khattar said the mission was a befitting reply even to those who used to say that the Haryana government has stopped the financial assistance of Rs 5,000 given to Kashmiri Pandit families.

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