Such questions are now being raised after the bill to divide the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories has been passed as to how long it will take to function completely. After the bill is passed in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, the bill will now be signed by the President and further process will begin after the official gazette notification. With the gazette notification, the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council will be dissolved, with which it will end. All the bills that were pending through the Legislative Council will be over. Let us know the full details
As per the information received, one or more advisory committees will be set up within 90 days of the notification being issued. The committee will decide on the power, water supply division between the two states. The committee will also ensure the assets of corporations and what are the existing things in both these places to go to Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir. to maintain a balance between the two states. The bill has a total of 58 pages, all of which are yet to be read and determined on the basis of which funds will be distributed in these two Union Territories. At the same time, their capital is yet to be decided. Let's see what's going to be distributed in Jammu and Ladakh right now.
For your information, there will be a separate Union Territory with Kashmir and Jammu Division Legislation, there will be an Assembly like Delhi and Puducherry. There are 10 districts in Jammu. Their names are Jammu, Samba, Ramban, Kathua, Udhampur, Doda, Poonch, Rajouri, Reasi, and Kishtwar. Poonch Haveli, Bagh, Sudhandi, Muzaffarabad, Hatti, Bhimber, Kotli, Mirpur and Haveli districts of Jammu are in possession of Pakistan. The region of Jammu ends in the mountainous range of Trafal Pir Panjal. Kashmir is located on the other side of the same hill. Its 10 districts are Srinagar, Baramulla, Shopian, Ganderbal, Bandipura, Bargam, Kulgam, Pulwama, Anantnag, Kupwara.These two places will not have separate courts. There will be the same high court. There will be no separate high court in both the Union Territories. Rather, the present Jammu and Kashmir High Court will be made a common high court of both. This is where the common judges will hear and pronounce the verdict on the cases pertaining to both the states. The expenses incurred on the High Court and the salary of the staff to be maintained there will be divided on the basis of population of both the places.