The Jammu and Kashmir Land Laws were very regressive. The Revenue laws did not extend to the poor families and no provision was there that they could be given land to build their homes, said the Lieutenant Governor Shri Manoj Sinha. We have changed those laws so that the poor can be given land under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana to build their homes. Those people who came from Pakistan in 1947 got their rights, LG said. We are all familiar with the difficulties of those who came back to settle in India between 1965 and 1971. We have it in our minds and we are trying to get it resolved soon. In these types of works, decisions have to be taken after a long consideration after looking at all the aspects, LG said. We all know that the Parliament of India proposes that the Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is essentially a part of India. The people displaced from PoK their property is safe and we have claimed this in the United Nations. When they return, their property will be handed over, LG stated. We have discussed this issue with the Foreign Ministry to find a way, LG shared. I am well aware of your difficulties. The whole administration wants this and I am hopeful that soon we will succeed in finding a permanent solution for it, LG said.