Jammu: A day after centre gave its nod to the return of migrant workers, students and other persons to their respective destinations; the Jammu and Kashmir administration Friday issued helpline numbers and started online registration to facilitate return of the stranded residents of the Union Territory.
The administration appointed seven officers to coordinate and monitor the movement of J&K residents in different states and Union Territories due to lockdown imposed to prevent spread of Covid-19, an official spokesperson said today.
A SOP has been issued on 30th of April 2020, differentiating between regulated and non-regulated movement and quarantine procedures.
Online registration forms have been created as under:
Migrant Workers: https://forms.gle/W48hL26Ew2eBv4mt5
Other Stranded Persons: https://forms.gle/fmMZDCVR2MAVEGCk9
Persons desirous of returning are required to fill in the relevant forms with the details and after due process, the movement pass will be provided.
For facilitation as well as offline registration, people can contact the following helpline numbers:-
Migrant Workers can continue to access the following helpline numbers of Labour Department:
For Return to Kashmir Division
Mr Showkat Shafi – 8899646373;
For return to Jammu division
Sanjay Kumar Bhat, Labour Officer- 9419424281
Shivika Sharma, Labour Officer- 7889663055
Students residing outside and desirous to come to Jammu & Kashmir, may contact following Higher Education Department helpline numbers:
For Return to Jammu Division, Mr. Gurdeep- 9419116424, Mr Omran- 9419167771;
For Return to Kashmir Division- Mr. Ubaid: 9469339499, Mr. Manzoor- 7006621243
Special Call Center Helpline, Kashmir: 600633308;
Resident Commissioner office, Delhi- 011-24611210, 011-24611108, 011-24615475, 9419080444, 9419193363, 9717355186, 9910470404, 9810314773, and they can also mail at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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