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No of Kashmiri migrants residing in parts of country is around 65k

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 17 March 2020
The ministry of home affairs on Tuesday informed the Lok Sabha that the number of registered migrant families from Jammu and Kashmir currently residing in Jammu is 43,618, in Delhi/NCR is 19,338 and in other States/UTs is 1,995. Hence, the total number of registered migrant families residing in Union territory of Jammu & Kashmir and elsewhere in the country is 64,951.
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