District Screening Committee approves one case at Doda

DODA, FEBRUARY 23: To address grievances stemming from militancy-related incidents, Deputy Commissioner Doda, Harvinder Singh, presided over a significant meeting of the District Screening cum Coordination Committee in his office today.
The Committee convened to deliberate upon 11 cases involving victims of militancy-related incidents and missing persons, all falling under the purview of SRO-43 of 1994.
During the session, rigorous discussions ensued among the committee members, including key stakeholders from various departments. After meticulous consideration, one case garnered approval, signaling a ray of hope for the affected family. Emphasizing expeditious action, DC Doda underscored the necessity for time-bound clearance of pending cases to alleviate the suffering of affected families.
In a bid to ensure the authenticity of claims, DC Doda directed officials to conduct thorough verifications of victims. The committee, which included ADC Doda Sudershan Kumar, Additional SP Doda Shakeel Bhat, and representatives from BSF, RR, CID, and other pertinent agencies, collectively pledged to streamline and coordinate efforts in combating prevailing issues within the district.
The meeting’s focal point was the holistic approach towards addressing the multifaceted challenges posed by militancy-related incidents. By fostering collaboration among various stakeholders, the committee aims to enhance efficiency in delivering relief and support to affected individuals and families.
Moving forward, the District Screening cum Coordination Committee remains steadfast in its commitment to prioritizing the welfare of those affected by militancy. With a unified resolve and concerted efforts, the committee endeavors to navigate through complexities and usher in tangible solutions for the betterment of the community.
This proactive initiative signifies a step towards fostering resilience and solidarity within the district, as authorities continue to proactively address the ramifications of past conflicts, aiming to pave the way for a brighter, more secure future for all residents of Doda.

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