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Relief and Rehabilitation in punjab

Description This booklet contains a survey of the quantum of relief and rehabilitation provided by the state government of Punjab to the refugees who migrated to East Punjab from West Punjab in 1947. This survey pertains to the rehabilitation measures undertaken in urban areas of the state. It consisted of setting up of camps, ration depots, medical facilities, labour camps, widow homes, infirmaries and provision of vocational training. The Survey, although official, is quite reliable and based on statistics[edit]
Keywords Kurukshetra, Rajpura, Faidabad, land-holders, non-land holders, labour camps, cottage industries, women homes, Infirmaries, Hoshiarpur, Karnal, Rohtak, Allotment of Evacuee Houses, House Building Loans, Industrial Townships, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000769
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher The Publicity Department, Government of East Punjab, Shimla
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 24.2
Breadth 17.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         40
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