New Delhi: The Union dwelling ministry instructed Parliament on Wednesday that because the nullification of Article 370 on August 5, 2019, 9 properties in Jammu & Kashmir have been given again to Kashmiri Hindus who needed to flee the Valley because of terrorist violence within the early Nineties.
The federal government added that it was taking steps to revive a number of ancestral properties of Kashmiri Hindu households that left the area between 1990and 1992. In line with estimates by the Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti (KPSS), of 75,343 Kashmiri Pandit households in January 1990, greater than 70,000 fled until 1992.
Responding to a query on the difficulty by the Shiv Sena’s Anil Desai, Union minister of state for dwelling affairs, Nityanand Rai, stated in Rajya Sabha: “Relating to restoration of properties to its rightful and authentic proprietor, 9 properties have been restored, as per the data supplied by the federal government of Jammu & Kashmir.”
He stated that below the J&Okay Migrant Immovable Property (Preservation, Safety & Restraint on Misery Gross sales) Act, 1997, district magistrates (DMs) in Jammu & Kashmir are the authorized custodians of immovable properties of migrants, and take suo motu motion on eviction proceedings in instances of encroachment. The migrants may request the DMs for motion, Rai added
The minister stated after the Article 370 transfer, 520 Kashmiri migrants returned to the Valley to take up jobs below the Prime Minister’s Growth Package deal-2015.
On August 5, 2019, the Centre successfully revoked Article 370, which bestowed particular standing to the erstwhile state, and Article 35A, which barred non-locals from shopping for or proudly owning immovable property in Jammu & Kashmir, settling there completely, or availing advantages of state-sponsored scholarship schemes. The constitutional provision acknowledged the particular standing of the (then) state of Jammu & Kashmir when it comes to autonomy and its capacity to formulate legal guidelines for the state’s everlasting residents.
On a separate query on whether or not domicile or everlasting resident certificates are wanted to purchase non-agricultural land in Jammu & Kashmir, Rai stated all provisions of the Structure have been made relevant to the Union territory, which necessitated adjustments in present legal guidelines in J&Okay.
He stated as per the tailored land legal guidelines of Jammu & Kashmir, the federal government might, by notification within the official gazette, permit switch of land for public functions similar to schooling, well being care and charitable goal.
On Tuesday, the house ministry instructed Parliament that solely two individuals from exterior J&Okay have introduced properties within the UT because the legal guidelines had been modified two years in the past.