Occupied Kashmir: Permanent Citizenship Granted to the first non-state Indian Officer

According to Baaghi TV, Naveen Kumar Chaudhry, a senior IAS officer of the Jammu and Kashmir from the Indian state of Bihar, became the first permanent resident of Jammu and Kashmir from an administrative services officer.

Naveen Kumar Chaudhary has been issued a domicile certificate by the Tehsildar of Gandhinagar in Jammu region. According to South Asian Wire, Naveen Chaudhry hails from Bihar and has been stationed in Jammu and Kashmir for more than 15 years. He is currently the Principal Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Horticulture.

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After the repeal of Sections 370 and 35A on August 5 last year, the BJP abolished the permanent residency system of Jammu and Kashmir, paving the way for any citizen of the country to become a permanent resident of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier, only the residents of Jammu and Kashmir had this right under section 34A.

According to the new rules, any citizen of the country who has worked in a government or private institution in Jammu and Kashmir for 15 years, or whose child has a school certificate here, can get a domicile in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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Experts say that changing the proportion of population of Jammu and Kashmir with the new domicile is a conspiracy to end the Muslim majority system here. Lieutenant Governor Grish Chandra Marmo on Monday launched e-application for domicile certificate in Jammu and Kashmir. Online services for obtaining domicile certificate have been provided through Kashmir e-Governance Agency.

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