Governor Planning To Change Permanent Residency Rules In J&K: Omar Abdullah

Governor Planning To Change Permanent Residency Rules In J&K: Omar Abdullah

Courtesy : Agencies04/12/2018 08:36

The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister was trying to fax a letter to Malik expressing the National Conference's (NC) concerns over reports of changes proposed to the procedure of granting permanent residence certificates in the state.

 

 The National Conference's (NC) leader Omar Abdullah on Sunday claimed the Governor S P Malik is mulling to change to the process of granting Permanent Resident Certificate in Jammu and Kashmir.

The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said that that his attempt to send a letter to Governor S P Malik failed as it was still not working.

The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister was trying to fax a letter to Malik expressing the National Conference's (NC) concerns over reports of changes proposed to the procedure of granting permanent residence certificates in the state. He shared the letter on Twitter.

"I'm trying to fax a letter to jandkgovernor but the fax machine still isn't working. The operator who answered the phone says the fax operator is on holiday as it's a Sunday. Will attempt again tomorrow in the meantime am forced to put the letter out through social media," Abdullah said in a tweet.

"J&K Raj Bhavan needs a new fax machine urgently," he said, retweeting a post from November 21.

The Jammu and Kashmir Raj Bhawan's fax machine made headlines last month when Malik abruptly dissolved the state assembly.

On November 21, letters to stake claim to form government by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and a two-member party, People's Conference, allegedly failed to reach the governor, apparently because the machine was not operational.

Malik later said the fax operator was unavailable on account of Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, which is a state holiday. 

 

 

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