Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Wednesday said that some people are trying to mislead the public about the changes, following the Union Territory’s new land law. The new land laws are in line with other regional laws, he said. “Rule of law has been established in the country and rule of law will prevail in Jammu and Kashmir too. At a press conference here, Sinha said, “Land laws in Jammu and Kashmir have been regressed so many changes have been made to benefit the public.” He said the law will not affect 400-500 people. It will not affect the poor, shopkeepers or families. “It is true that under the previous laws, properties worth over Rs 100 crore were rented out at Rs 5. Now there is a Supreme Court order. “I will respect the Supreme Court, so every country and every citizen should do it,” he said, adding, “We made the new law based on the Supreme Court order.” Sinha also said, “Some people are trying to mislead the public (about the issue). is,” clearly referring to the opposition of almost all regional parties, the National Conference, the People’s Democratic Party, the People’s Conference and others. was the case. Apni Party — called the new law an attempt to settle outsiders in Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370.
“We have no intention of stopping anyone’s yatra,” Sinha said in a letter from Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi seeking confirmation of Covid protocol during his Bharat Jodo Yatra. Kashmir next month.
”A lot of things stopped during Covid. A decision will be taken (to allow the yatra or not) depending on the situation next month,” Sinha said. The Lt Governor said there is freedom for political and democratic activities in the Union Territory but not freedom to oppose nationalism.
“If they are going to carry out any activity against the country, they will stop it,” he said. Asked whether his administration plans to waive off Kisan credit card loans due to farmers suffering losses due to inclement weather, he said the waiver period has expired. “In the last two years, the income of Jammu and Kashmir’s farmers has increased manifold. Today, our farmers are ranked third in the economic graph after Punjab and Haryana. Our farmers will be the highest earners in the country in the next five years,” he said.
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