Kashmiri Pandits today demanded that a composite township be raised for their rehabilitation in Kashmir Valley along with grant of minority status and reservations in jobs and ten Assembly seats for the community.
Shops and business establishments in the heart of the city remained shut on Tuesday as traders went on a protest against the government over its alleged failure to rehabilitate the merchants affected by last year's floods.
A delegation of the Tawi Andolan on Monday called on the state Minister for Forest and Environment and demanded a probe into the alleged disappearance of official records of the Shivalika forests in Jammu.
Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Saturday condemned the waving of Pakistani flags at Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani's rally and said he was confident that the Mufti Mohammad Sayeed government would rise to the occasion and take steps to ensure such incidents do not recur.
After protests triggered in Jammu and Kashmir over raising of Pakistani flag at separatist leader Syed Geelani's rally, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed on Saturday issued a statement that his government will take action against such elements.
The opposition National Conference on Thursday said that it would fight tooth and nail the "clandestine politicisation and commercialisation" of jobs under the "garb" of new recruitment policy proposed by the Jammu and Kashmir government.
Under criticism for being hand in glove with the land mafia in Jammu and Kashmir police officers were warned of strict action if any complaints against them for hobnobbing with land grabbers in the state come to the fore.
A Kashmiri Pandit organisation on Sunday demanded establishment of a development board to oversee affairs related to the displaced community, on the lines of similar boards constituted for other ethnic communities.