Border areas is back to normal. Border residents of Amritsar, Tarn Taran rural who had left their houses after government orders. Now have started going back to their houses.
29 September evacuation orders for 12-km area from the Indo-Pak border were announced all residents had moved to their relatives home at a safe distance. Evacuation having little resources were shifted to relief camps set up by the administration . But many men didn’t go they didn’t want to leave their houses, field and cattle.
But now the villagers get started returning home and yesterday government opened schools but the attendence of students was low. The BSF has increased the working time for farmers who want to work their fields near the border area. The Indo-Pak bus and train services didn’t more affected by the tense situation.
Sarpanch of Ranian village asked 80 per cent of the residents have returned and located just 700m from the border. On Tuesday the Tarn Taran people have been returning to their homes and schools opened in Amritsar and Tarn Taran but the attendence was low around 25-30 per cent.
Around 11,330 chidren study in higher secondary schools in Amritsar district. We have been also announced gurdwaras of border belt villages about the situation will be normal and telling parents to send their childern to school. Diljit Singh who is the Additional secretary asked gurdwaras in Amritsar, Pathankot, Tarn Taran districts have started going back to their homes.