(JK Migrant Registration) Kashmir Migrant Immovable Properties/ Community Assets Related Grievance Redressal System 2021

On 7th September 2021, the lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir Mr. Manoj Sinha launches the Kashmir Migrant Immovable Properties/ Community Assets related Grievance Redressal System 2021. This portal enables Kashmiri migrants to file any grievance connected to their immovable property or related to a community asset.

The grievances submitted through this portal will be shared by the Department of Disaster Management, Relief, Rehabilitation, and Reconstruction with the Department of Revenue for necessary action for the resolution of the grievance in a fixed time frame. Go through this post to know the complete information regarding Kashmir Migrant Immovable Properties/ Community Assets Related Grievance Redressal System 2021.

Who are Kashmiri Migrants?

The following people are known as the Kashmiri Migrants.

  • With the onset of the militancy in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, particularly in Kashmir (Division) in the year 1989-1990, a large number of people had to migrate from their ancestral places of residence.
  • This result in the mass exodus of Kashmiri Hindus along with a number of families belonging to Sikhs and Muslims.
  • Approximately, 60,000 families migrated from the valley during the turmoil, and the majority of these families preferred to settle at Jammu and its adjoining areas.
  • On the other hand, approximately 23000 such migrants families settled outside the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) State.

How to register Kashmir Migrants Immovable Properties/ Community Assets Related Grievance Redressal System?

The step-by-step process to register a complaint/ grievance through Kashmir Migrants Immovable Properties/ Community Grievance Redressal System is given below.

  • First of all, you need to visit the official portal of the grievance redressal system i.e. https://kashmirmigrantsip.jk.gov.in/
  • On the official website, you need to provide the following details.
  • Particulars of applicants
    • Name
    • Parentage
    • Gender – Male, Female, Other
    • Mobile Number
  • After that, you need to enter your address – Residing in India/ Residing outside India
    • State/ Union Territories
    • District
    • Pincode
    • Sector/ City
    • Street/ House Number
  • In the next step, you will have to provide particulars of the immovable property/ community assets.
    • Name of the recorded owner of the immovable property
    • Relation of the recorded owner with the Applicant – Community Asset/ Self/ Father/ Mother/ Spouse/ Grandfather/ Grandmother/ Brother/ Sister/ Son/ Daughter.
    • District (where the property is located)
    • Tehsil
    • Village
    • Khasra No. (old/ new)
    • Quantum of Land
    • Nature of Issue / Concern – Tampering of records/ Demarcation/ Encroachment/ Trespassing/ Alienation by fraud or distress
  • You may also attach a file regarding your complaint/ Grievance. Please note that size of the file should be less than 250 Kb and the supported format is PDF.
  • You may also add Remarks (if anything not captured above, up to 300 words only).
  • If you have a reference number of previous communication with concerned district magistrate.
  • Next, you need to verify your email address by entering a valid email address and OTP that you will receive on the same. Please note that all updates regarding the application will be delivered to the verified Email Address.
  • Finally, click on the “Submit the form” button to finish up the process.

You will receive a unique ID after the submission of an application.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question – 1: What is the Jammu and Kashmir Migrant Immovable Property (Preservation, Protection, and Restraint on Distress Sales) Act, 1997?

Answer: It is a special act that provides for preservation, protection, and restraint on distress sales of the immovable property of the migrants. Under this Act, the District Magistrate has been designated as the Custodian of the migrants’ properties.

Question – 2: Who are Jammu Migrants? Are they also eligible to submit grievances through Kashmir Migrant Immovable Properties/ Community Assets Related Grievance Redressal System 2021?

Answer: Jammu Migrants are those  979 registered families of migrants hailing from militancy infested Hilly regions of erstwhile District Doda (Doda, Ramban, Kishtwar), erstwhile District Udhampur (Reasi, Udhampur), District Rajouri, District Poonch, these families have migrated from 1998 to 2004, they are also referred as Jammu Migrants. The majority are stationed at NHPC Colony Talwara, District Reasi, Panthal, Udhampur, Ramban, and a few shifted to Jammu District, Moreover, these are registered with Deputy Commissioners Reasi, Ramban; Udhampur and Relief & Rehabilitation Commissioner (M) J&K. Yes, Jammu Migrants can also submit their grievance through this portal.

Question – 3: Are there any fees that I need to pay in order to submit my complaint through Kashmir Migrant Immovable Properties/ Community Assets Related Grievance Redressal System?

Answer: No, this service is free. You don’t have to pay any fees to submit your complaint through the portal.

Question – 4: Whom should I contact in case of a problem while submitting a grievance through this portal?

Answer: If you are facing any kind of problems then you contact the help desk through the following methods.

  • Phone Number – 0191 – 2586218, 2585458
  • Email Address – tech-support-itd@jk.gov.in, programmer.jakega@gmail.com.
  • Official website – http://jkmigrantrelief.nic.in/

Question – 5: What are the official contact details of the Relief and Rehabilitation (M) department of the Government of India?

Answer: The contact details of the department are given below.

Jammu Office

  • Address: Office of the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner(M) Canal Road, Jammu
  • Contact No: 0191-2586218
  • Fax No: 0191-2585458
  • Email ID: jkrelieforganisation@gmail.com

Srinagar Office

  • Address: Office of the Deputy Commissioner Relief and Rehabilitation(Migrants) Iqbal Colony, Sonwara, Srinagar
  • Contact/Fax No: 0191-2468116
  • Email Id: dcrr.sgr@gmail.com

Civil Secretariat Jammu

  • Address: G – 38 Room, Department of Disaster Management, Relief & Rehabilitation and Reconstruction.
  • Contact No: 0191-2586218
  • Fax No: 0191-2560678
  • Email ID: rrdepartment@gmail.com

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