While as PAGD leadership is fighting for the restoration of article 370 and article 35A, the central government has extended lot of central laws and amended even the land laws in the Jammu and Kashmir bringing fears among the people that Jammu and Kashmir was up for sale.
Such expressions have come from the former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir also and they have already challenged the abrogation of article 370 in the Supreme Court and have asked the central government to halt the process of extending central laws till these petitions are disposed off in the court.
But recently JK government has provided a unique ID to the thousands of families who have migrated from across the border in 1947 to Jammu and Kashmir and have now settled in different places of the country. By this unique ID they would be entitled to the registration and subsequently for the domicile certificate of Jammu and Kashmir without any further proof or documents.
Recently an official spokesman of JK government said that they have eased out the process for seeking records from Provincial Rehabilitation Officer (PRO), J&K, for the left out Displaced Families of 1947 of PoJK who have settled outside J&K.
Government said that around 5400 Displaced families from PoJK which settled in Delhi, UP, Punjab, Haryana and other parts were facing difficulties in getting proof/record of their migration from the PRO J&K, particularly after issuance of a government order No. 52-JK(DMRRR) of 2020 dated: 16.05.2020 that enabled the left out bonafide Kashmiri migrants and Displaced families to get Domicile Certificates.