JAMMU, Mar 12: 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. 7.14 crore was disbursed by the Dy. Commissioners as relief to traders in Kashmir Valley from 8th to 11th March 2016.
Till today, a total of Rs. 51.46 crore has been disbursed to 20,348 beneficiaries which includes: Rs. 0.29 crore to 317 beneficiaries in Baramulla; Rs.2.48 crore to 445 beneficiaries in Bandipora; Rs.8.09 crore to 3095 beneficiaries in Budgam; Rs.1.66 crore to 558 beneficiaries in Pulwama; Rs.0.26 crore to 233 beneficiaries in Shopian; Rs.7.66 crore to 4124 beneficiaries in Anantnag; Rs. 3.50 crore to 1109 beneficiaries in Kulgam; and Rs.27.53 crore to 10,467 beneficiaries in Srinagar.
The Raj Bhawan spokesperson recalled that the Governor had directed the Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, to expedite disbursement of relief to the traders.