A day after the Jammu and Kashmir administration notified the JK Land Allotment Regulations -2022, Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha on Wednesday said necessary changes are being made in the land laws for the benefit and convenience of the common people.
According to a local news agency Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Sinha, while talking to reporters during a function at SKICC, said necessary changes were being made in the land laws for the convenience of the common people.
“The land law here was backward. They did not consider the interests of the common people. Any changes will be made for the convenience of the general public,” he said.
He said that 40-45 percent of cases in various courts are related to land disputes.
On Tuesday, the administration announced the Jammu and Kashmir Land Grant Rules-2022.
According to the rules, all tenants must hand over their leased land to the government.
Jammu and Kashmir Land Grant Rules, 1960, Notified Areas (All Development Agencies Designated in the Tourism Sector) Land Grant Rules, 1960, Land Allotment Regulations, all leases including expired or specified leases (except valid/expired residential leases) ) and the rules. Any rules made before or pursuant to these rules shall not be revised and shall be defined.
According to LG, Srinagar will have its first satellite city. “It is shared by the housing and urban development department and the Srinagar Development Authority (SDA). It was the dream of the people of Srinagar and now it will come true,” he said.
According to the government, after the medi-city project, the establishment of satellite cities is the second major step of the government. (KNO)