MHA proposes compensation for J-K civilians caught in cross border firing

MHA proposes compensation for J-K civilians caught in cross border firing
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Srinagar: A study group constituted by the Union ministry of home affairs (MHA) has recommended that the Centre compensate people whose houses and crops were damaged and cattle killed or injured during cross border firing in Jammu and Kashmir, Hindustan Times reported on Tuesday.
As per the report the five-member study group was set up in October 2017 to examine problems faced by people living near the international border and the LoC due to repeated cross border firing incidents.
Pertinently, after every such incident along the LoC or IB, both New Delhi and Islamabad blame each other of violating the ceasefire which is in place since 2003.

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