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JKSAC seeks clarification on Domicile certificate to 5300 DP families
8/11/2020 12:25:47 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 10: Jammu Kashmir Sharnarthi Action Committee (JKSAC) reiterated its demand seeking clarification of the notification/order issued by the govt. prescribing rules/procedures for grant of Domicile Certificate to the people of UT of J&K. The notification is silent about the 5300 DP families and other unregistered families settled outside the UT of J&K.
A meeting of JKSAC was held at Jammu Gurdev Singh President along with Netar Parkash and Dwarka Nath Khajuria strongly condemned the Govt. for its criminal silence over the issue and held the govt. responsible for humiliation being suffered by DPs settled outside UT of J&K on approaching the Commissioner R&R (Migrant) for their registration.
He said that DPs settled outside has wrongly interpreted the assertion made by the govt. in the print media for the inclusion of DPs is quite contrary to the notification/order. He said that the DPs settled outside must understand the contents of the notification before they approach Commissioner R&R (Migrant) for their registration.
He said that DPs must assure themselves that there is no such directions from the govt. side as asserted by them in the Media, as nowhere mentioned in the rules/procedures that DPs from POJK settled outside should approach the Commissioner R&R (Migrants) for registration. While referring the Order no. 52-JK (DMRR) of 16-5-2020, he said, it says that “Any person who is registered as migrant by the R&R Commissioner in the UT of J&K shall be eligible to be treated as Domicile.” The order further says that “There may be other bonafide persons, displaced persons or migrants and their descendents who are not registered with R&R Commissioner (Migrants) or being registered as Migrants with Govt. elsewhere.” He said that this order nowhere mentioned the Displaced persons of 1947 from POJK as a category who are already registered with PRO Jammu being a registering authority for DPs of 1947 and the Commissioner R&R (Migrants) is the registering authority for Kashmiri migrants.
He further said that term “Displaced Persons” mentioned in the order have been cleverly incorporated to benefit all those persons who left erstwhile J&K state of Maharaja prior to 1947 and 1927 and particularly for people who left Kashmir valley during Afghan and Mugal rule to save them from forcible conversion. If it is not so the Govt. should come out with a clarification/defining the term “Displaced person” to save the DPs from chaos and humiliation, suffering at the hands of Commissioner R&R (Migrants) and be directed to approach PRO Jammu for their registration. He asked the DPs settled outside also to press hard upon the UT Govt. to clarify the issue.
He appealed to the Lt. Governor, Manoj K. Sinha and Special Secy. DMRRR to clarify and issue necessary correction/amendment to the said order on the Domicile law to save the DPS from harassment and humiliation.
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