Kashmir Indepth
Breaking NewsKashmir

GOI amends J&K Domicile law order

All Govt Jobs reserved for J&K residents

Suhail Khan

New Delhi, April 03 : The Government of India on Friday late evening amended it’s order on Domicile rights in the matter of employment for Jammu and Kashmir reserving all the government jobs of all levels exclusively for the residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

The attendum to its previous order was issued by the Ministry of home affairs after an uproar by all the political parties especially Jammu Kashmir Apni Party whose president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today had apprised the national security advisor Ajit Doval and the union home minister Amit Shah about the short comings in the order.

As reported already by the Kashmir Indepth , Bukhari was assured by the home minister that the lacunas identified by him in the domicile order would be removed and the law would be made exclusive in the matter of employment for the Jammu and Kashmir residents.

The developments that took place in Delhi on Friday with regard to the domicile law is said to be in continuation of meetings that took place between Bukhari led JKAP delegation and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah on March 14-15, 2020.

Related posts

SHRC issues notice to DC, SSP Ganderbal over assault on two residents by Army

Kashmir Indepth

Advisor Baseer Khan inspects NIFT Complex at Ompora, Budgam; directs for its early completion

Ankit Sharma

FakeNewsAlert: No second positive case of Covid-19 in Srinagar

Kashmir Indepth

Measures to prevent spread of coronavirus in Srinagar: Strict instructions issued to travel and transport operators to adhere to guidelines

Kashmir Indepth

Four sectoral policies for Power, Tourism, Captive Power & AYUSH approved to boost Industrial growth in JK

Kashmir Indepth

After Jammu attack, Centre prepares new rules for drone use

Ankit Sharma

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy