140 stranded Kashmiri labourers leave HP for J&K in six buses
From Lakhanpur, the J&K administration will make arrangements to facilitate them to reach their native places, he added
About 140 stranded Kashmiri labourers left Shimla for Jammu and Kashmir on Friday evening.
They left in six buses on Friday at 10.30 pm after Himachal Pradesh government gave them the permission amid the coronavirus curfew, a Kashmiri labourer Fayaz said before leaving Shimla.
Thanking Himachal Pradesh government and local people for helping them during the curfew, Fayaz said a total of 168 Kashmiri labourers have been provided permission to go to their native places in Jammu and Kashmir.
However , only 40 of them are going to their native places in J&K as the rest had to get some money from some people, he added.
Fayaz expressed his gratitude to HP government for permitting them to go to their native places and taking up their matter with J&K administration for the same.
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