From Kashmir Times online edition, containing more information from the report released by M.L. Kaul, Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Centre for Minority Studies.
JAMMU, Apr 16: The unsettling attitude of successive state governments towards return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri migrants back in the Valley becomes more prominent with an observation of a detailed report on the status of the displaced community, which states, "At no point of time is there any indication of a well though out policy and a plan for handling these migrants."The report observes, "The only constant in this whole series of actions seems to be that, since they had to go back at some point of time, and, therefore, the relief measures should not be so comfortable as to act as a disincentive to the process of return as and when that be."This report, prepared by M.L. Kaul, Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Centre for Minority Studies, was submitted to Chief Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad, recently.