Land has been made available by the Jammu and Kashmir government to construct 6,000 houses for Kashmiri migrants. Leaving two places, construction work is going on all the other places, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha while inaugurating a Special Governance Camp for Kashmiri Migrants at Jagti Colony. He said he is personally supervising the work. In the month of April, 1,200 houses will be given. ‘I am well aware of your problem’, said LG. He said a few unfortunate incidents have happened which were heart-breaking. It was an attack on India’s integrity. These selfless people act on the gestures of our notorious neighbouring country. They attempt to make a dent in our achievements. The government of India under the Prime Ministership of Shri Narendra Modi along with the Jammu and Kashmir government endeavours to resolve your difficulties with utmost sensitivity and conviction, he said. The LG said the ADGP Police has made a safety chart for residents’ safety, taking into consideration where their children go to school, the way to their workplace and the place where they live, all of it is being covered under a safety net. Continuous patrolling is being done related to residents’ safety. The best safety arrangements are being made, said the LG and he hoped that the administration will surely live up to their expectations.