Financial support to 14110 building and construction workers paid at Kupwara

Kupwara, March 15, In a testament to unwavering dedication towards the welfare of workers, the Deputy Commisioner Kupwara, Ms. Ayushi Sudan was presented a cheque to the tune of Rs. 6,14,36,000/ covering 14110 beneficiaries by Assistant Commisioner Labour Kupwara today.. The cheque was specifically earmarked for registered beneficiaries of the Jammu And Kashmir Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board (JKBOCWWB), aimed at providing essential financial support for educational assistance. This initiative mirrors the resolute commitment of the Kupwara administration, under the leadership of the Assistant Labour Commissioner, to stand by and uplift those grappling with challenging circumstances. The distribution of the amount today will offer much-needed relief to individuals facing diverse hardships, ensuring they have access to the necessary resources to navigate through these trying times. The Deputy Commissioner Kupwara expressed deep appreciation for the collaborative efforts between the Assistant Labour Commissioner and the JKBOCWWB. This joint initiative underscores a shared commitment to safeguarding the well-being of workers and their families, recognizing the indispensable role they play in the progress and prosperity of the community.