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J & K Reorganisation (Amendment) Bill UPSC NOTE

 


  • Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai introduced a Bill in the Lok Sabha proposing the nomination of two members from the 'Kashmiri Migrants' community, who left during the peak of militancy in 1989-90, as members of the Legislative Assembly of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. 

  • One of the members will be a woman.

  • The Bill also suggests nominating one member from 'Pakistan-occupied Kashmir' who was displaced during the 1947-48, 1965, and 1971 wars with Pakistan.

  • Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai introduced a Bill in the Lok Sabha proposing the nomination of two members from the 'Kashmiri Migrants' community, who left during the peak of militancy in 1989-90, as members of the Legislative Assembly of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. 

  • One of the members will be a woman.

  • The Bill also suggests nominating one member from 'Pakistan-occupied Kashmir' who was displaced during the 1947-48, 1965, and 1971 wars with Pakistan.

  • The statement of objects and reasons of the Bill, highlights that during the peak of militancy in the late 1980s, a significant number of people, including Kashmiri Hindus and Pandits, along with a few families from the Sikh and Muslim communities, migrated from their ancestral places of residence in the Kashmir province.

  • The Delimitation Commission received numerous representations from the two communities (Kashmiri Migrants and those displaced during wars) regarding reservation of seats in the Legislative Assembly to preserve their political rights and identity.

  • In response to these representations, the Delimitation Commission recommended representation through nomination

  • This representation will be provided following the lines of Section 15 of the 2019 Act, which deals with the representation of women.

  • As part of the recommendations, the total number of seats in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly has been increased from 107 to 114, with nine seats reserved for the Scheduled Tribes for the first time.

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