Centre will come up with domicile law within a week: Altaf Bukhari

Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari

SRINAGAR — Jammu Kashmir Apni Party President Syed Altaf Bukhari on Tuesday said that within a week’s time, Central government will come up with a concrete plan about domicile rights of people of J&K.

He said that during the meeting with PM Modi in New Delhi, the delegation represented people in true sense and urged Government of India to release all political detainees without any delay.

Bukhari, who recently met PM Modi in New Delhi along with dozens of party leaders, said during the meet his group discussed future roadmap of J&K. He said that during meetings with PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, he took up the issues faced by people of J-K after August 05, 2019 when New Delhi scrapped special status of J-K under Article 370.

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Bukhari stated that they tried to take up apprehensions of people of the state regarding domicile, land and job rights. He hinted that Central government will come up within a week’s time to clear such apprehensions.

He added that JKAP delegation was told by the Central government that J&K will be at par with the rest of the states.

When asked further, he said they will share each and every detail with media at an appropriate time.

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He added that during the meetings with union leadership, the delegation urged early release of all political leaders and activists in which ‘victory of democracy’ lies.

Meanwhile, party sources told that due to Coronavirus scare and imposition of Section 144 in Jammu, the press conference which was scheduled on March 17 could be deferred.

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