Only 2 People From Outside Jammu And Kashmir Bought 2 Properties Since Article 370 Scrapping: Centre To Parliament


Only 2 From Outside J&K Bought Properties Since Article 370 Scrap: Centre

Two individuals from exterior Jammu and Kashmir have bought two properties, Centre stated

New Delhi:

Only two individuals from exterior have purchased properties in Jammu and Kashmir within the two years since Article 370 was abrogated and two Union Territories have been carved out of the previous state, the federal government stated at this time in parliament.

(*2*)Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai instructed Lok Sabha in a written reply.

The minister was requested whether or not the federal government or individuals from different states confronted any “hardship or impediments” whereas shopping for properties within the Jammu and Kashmir. “No such instance has been reported to the government,” he replied.

The Home Ministry’s reply was to a query on whether or not it was true that many individuals from different states have bought and are additionally excited about shopping for properties in Jammu and Kashmir after the elimination of Article 370, which gave the state particular standing underneath the Constitution.

The central authorities scrapped particular standing to Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019.

After the whole merger of Jammu and Kashmir into the Union of India, the administration formulated a brand new definition for domicile for Jammu and Kashmir.

According to that definition, an individual dwelling there for no less than 15 years is eligible to be a everlasting resident of the Union Territory.

The authorities notification additionally prolonged domicile rights to central authorities workers who’ve served within the state for 10 years and their youngsters.

Earlier, the Jammu and Kashmir meeting was constitutionally empowered to outline who’s a resident and solely these individuals may apply for jobs or personal property within the former state.

However, the house ministry final 12 months amended a 2010 legislation, the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Services (Decentralisation and Recruitment Act), and changed the time period “permanent residents” with “domiciles of Jammu and Kashmir”.


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