After rehabilitation, what happened to refugee allowances enjoyed by the Chakmas/Hajongs?

During rehabilitation in AP, each Chakma family was allotted 5 acres of land along with one time grant of around Rs 4200 to raise their respective hearth and home to start life afresh. The land allotted were dense forest which took days to months in clearing the jungles and converting it to cultivable lands. Upon rehabilitation, their refugee allowances were stopped. Stoppage of refugee allowances marked the end of “refugeehood” and marked the beginning of at par rights with locals as citizens in terms of rights and entitlements.