Capt Consoles Punjabis Effected in Shillong,Ignores Victims Of 1947

#capt_amarinder assures compensation 2 Punjabi settlers affected in Shillong violence 4 which he has formed a committee of 4 ,Unfortunately other Punjabi Refugeees R Still Struggling 4 their valid #Rehabilitation Claims since 1947 in His own state
Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh has said that his government will provide compensation to the Punjabi settlers, whose shops were gutted during the recent violence in Shillong.
The Chief Minister, who met the four member committee headed by State Cooperation Minister, Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, on their return from the strife-torn areas of Shillong, said that the Punjab government will also assist the settlers in the construction of an under construction community-run school.
The chief minister said that his government will also provide legal guidance to the affected families, if required.
Effected Punjabi families had been staying there for the last 150 years and their proposed relocation from the main market area of Shillong to any other place would adversely impact their livelihood. According to the report submitted by Capt’s Committee ,two shops and two vehicles belonging to the Punjabi settlers had been burnt.