Announces three months free ration for shelling affected families
Expresses solidarity with them
JAMMU, SEPTEMBER 02 – Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said that talks are only way forward to resolve issues adding that border skirmishes have always made the lives of people living there miserable and difficult. He said the inhabitants of LOC and Borders have to bear the brunt of firing and shelling and their life and property is endangered by such incidents. He said the State of Jammu and Kashmir is greatly and commonly affected by such incidents.
The Chief Minister criticised playing politics on human sufferings and added that the prime concern of all should be to provide necessary help to the affected people without having any political or other consideration.
Omar Abdullah was accompanied by Minister of State for Home, Sajjad Ahmad Kitchloo and Legislator Devender Singh Rana.