NC warns ‘unimaginable consequences’ if PRC law changed by governor administration
Srinagar: National Conference on Sunday warned of “unimaginable consequences” over the J&K administration under Governor Satya Pal Malik’s alleged move to bring procedural changes in grant of Permanent Resident Certificates (PRCs) in the Jammu and Kashmir.
“Any change in J&K’s basic structure and composition will have consequences unimaginable. Governor and interim governments have no mandate to fiddle with such sensitive issues,” National Conference Spokesman said.
“New Delhi’s obsession with changing State’s demography is obnoxious and we will not allow it to happen,” the spokesman added.
The State administration has already ordered conversion of &K Bank as PSU, repeal of the Jammu and Kashmir State Lands (Vesting of ownership to the occupants) Act, 2001, commonly known as the Roshni Act and clearance of a proposal regarding J&K Protection of Human Rights Act to lay down that the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) could not listen to a victim of human rights violation if the incident happened more than a year earlier.
by INS Desk