Rs. 64.30 crore disbursed to Kashmir traders

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Jammu : Governor N.N. Vohra today reviewed disbursement of relief to traders in Kashmir Valley. As per the report received from the office of the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Rs. 64.30 crore was disbursed to 25,103 beneficiaries by the Dy. Commissioners till today.

Disbursed relief includes: Rs. 0.60 crore to 388 beneficiaries in Baramulla; Rs.2.60 crore to 563 beneficiaries in Bandipora; Rs.8.35crore to 3150 beneficiaries in Budgam; Rs.5.50 crore to 1923 beneficiaries in Pulwama; Rs.0.26 crore to 233 beneficiaries in Shopian; Rs.10.82 crore to 5360 beneficiaries in Anantnag; Rs. 3.67 crore to 1168 beneficiaries in Kulgam; and Rs. 32.50 crore to 12,318 beneficiaries in Srinagar.

The Raj Bhawan spokesperson stated that the Governor has directed the Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, to expedite disbursement of relief to the traders.

 

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