No! Stone-Pelters and Pellet injured aren’t real victims, lets know about the abandoned victims of J&K
Whenever human rights violation in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is discussed, it arise the pictures of only stone-pelters, people injured from pellet guns and separatists in our minds. As if they are combating the battle for claiming their human rights and rest of the people across entire state of J&K are living a prosperous life. Though we do not claim that the stone-pelters and people injured from pellet gun are not the victims but there are people in J&K who have been discriminated ..
Governor of J&K likely to bring new juvenile justice law
According to some media reports the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir may likely to repeal the Juvenile Justice Act, 2013 and bring in the new Juvenile Justice law. This law may introduce the provision of adoption for the first time, which is being seen as the “breach in J&K’s Permanent Resident Act”. The Bill on The Jammu and Kashmir Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill, 2018, has been finalized by the Governor’s administration and ..
Is it the beginning of the end for Article 35A from ‘State Funded Institute’ in J&K?
The Jammu & Kashmir Institute of Management, Public Administration and Rural Development (IMPA), an autonomous body under the agies of State Government, invited application on all India basis from the eligible candidates for the posts of Professors, Assistant Professors and Associate Professors. Though Article 35A makes any non-permanent resident of the state ineligible for any government job under the state government of Jammu and Kashmir but the applications are ..
Digitalisation of Permanent Resident Certificate (PRC) - A necessity for weeding out corruption and easing the process
After 19 June 2018 the ease with which the J&K Governor administration has got conducted local body elections and now the process is on for Panchayat elections in J&K some people surely have started thinking that will it not be better to have a regular Governor rule than going for hectic exercise of electing an ineffective ‘popular’ government every five years? People have started hoping Mr. Satya Pal Malik may also venture for conduct of by poll to Anantnag Lok ..
The Curious Case of Deepika Rajawat: Month wise list, How She kept getting Awards for doing NOTHING
Deepika Rajawat, the famous lawyer of Kathua Rape case has been fired by victim's father because of not being appear in the Pathankot court. Rajawat had reached court only 2 times out of 110 hearing. Deepika cited the reason for not appearing in the court that she also has other cases to fight for, didn't have time to appear. But Deepika Rajawat never left any opportunity to recive award or to give speeches for the same Kathua case she was avoiding to be present in the court. ..
In J&K both Hindu and Muslim woman are living in an environment of discriminatory local laws
Union Government has issued an ordinance on 19th September to safe guard the rights of the muslim woman but will the Modi lead government also suggest the J&K Governor to issue an ordinance for restoring the fundamental rights of the Women Permanent R..
1. Is a lady who seek kind attention of Apex Court of India towards the problems and challenges being faced by more than hundreds of safai karamcharis in Jammu Kashmir. 2. Despite Being a citizen of India, these Valmikis of JK have been denied: (1) Right to Vote in local elections of State, 2) Govt. Job and Social Welfare benefits 3) Admission in Professional College. 3. Surprisingly ! Fundamental Rights have been denied to these Valmikis, Who belongs to Schedule Caste ..
Victimization of Safai Karmachi in jammu and Kashmir,
Safai Karmachari or Balmikies are one of the worst affected class of people living in the State of Jammu and Kashmir and are suffering blatant violation of human rights. Here I am referring about those Safai Karmachari’s or Sweepers who settled in the State of Jammu and Kashmir in the year 1957 at the request of erstwhile Government of Jammu and Kashmir. In the year 1957 a large number of people working as Safai Karmachari in the State of Jammu and Kashmir went on strike for considerably ..
Article 35A: THE BANE OF THE WEST PAKISTAN REFUGEES.. Part 5
5. Critical Analysis From the above study, we have seen that Article 35A has been blocking the development of West Pakistan Refugees at every level, denying them their basic right to life and even goes against Article 368, for which reason it can even be considered unconstitutional. In order to reinforce this fact, we must also view the efforts of the community to alleviate their situation as well as the measures taken by the government in order to address this issue. After ..
Article 35A: THE BANE OF THE WEST PAKISTAN REFUGEES.. Part 4
4. Discussion In the previous chapters, we have not only reviewed the information collected and the available data, we have also got a general understanding of the condition of the West Pakistan Refugees as of today. Without further ado, it becomes important to discuss the effect of Article 35A and the requirement for Permanent Residency on the lives of this community, as well as the legal restraints and barriers that they encounter. In order to provide a more systematic understandin..
Article 35A: THE BANE OF THE WEST PAKISTAN REFUGEES.. Part3
3. Data Analysis As previously mentioned, the questionnaire attached as Appendix B was administered to 100 respondents by random sampling, mainly in the Samba area of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The respondents were all West Pakistan Refugees, and were asked questions about employment, land ownership, education, political rights, their knowledge about Article 35A and their political awareness. In order to understand these different issues that they deal with, it is also important ..
An event was organized for screening of first of its kind documentary on various aspects of Article 35A of Indian constitution in Auditorium, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Teen Murti Bhawan, New Delhi. The event was organized by Nehru Memorial ..