No non-state subject in J-K NPR: state Census
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir census
department on Wednesday said no non-state subject working in the
state will be included in national population register (NPR)
of Jammu and Kashmir.
There is no scope for any non-state subject working in JK
to get counted, as his Permanent Residential Address that he
fills in his NPR form from the place of work will be sent to
his own state, he said.
While addressing a public meeting in Kupwara on May 17,
Chairman of hardline faction of Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali
Shah Geelani had said there was the possibility of such
inclusion in state NPR.
The spokesman gave specific example of Governor N N Vohra
who has filed the form at Srinagar has very clearly in the
form shown his permanent address at Gurgaon, Haryana.
Accordingly, his unique Identity Card will be issued for
Haryana on basis of his permanent address.
The same shall be applicable to all other senior level
officers, employees etc who are non-state subjects and working
in the state, he said.
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