Jammu and Kashmir: Central Government changes this law
Jammu and Kashmir: Central Government changes this law

Domicile law was changed in Jammu and Kashmir. Political pressure is being considered behind this decision of the Central Government. Now the domicile of Jammu and Kashmir has been made mandatory on all types of jobs in the state. However the rules already set for Domicile will remain the same.

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Domicile was made mandatory only for level four jobs in the state. There was a lot of opposition in political circles and the state BJP unit and Jammu Kashmir were also protesting. Altaf Bukhari also met Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on this issue on Friday.

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After the meeting of Bukhari with the Home Minister and the National Security Advisor, the Home Ministry also called a report from the concerned intelligence agencies in the context of Jammu and Kashmir. After this, the Home Minister amended the order issued on Tuesday night, ensuring all the jobs under the purview of Jammu and Kashmir administration to the local residents. Since the reorganization of the state, the land and jobs have been entitled to the people of Jammu and Kashmir. There was a demand to reserve for

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