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Apni Party motivates MHA to modify order on domicile
4/4/2020 11:17:26 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 4: Bowing to the pressure of newly created J&K Apni Party the Union Government revoked its order on Domicile for recruitment for J&K UT which was issued two days back by Union Home Ministry.
According to sources the leadership of Apni Party which opposed the order on Domicile for opening doors to outsiders of K&K to get employment under various Government posts barring level four posts though generated s lot of resentment in both regions of UT was however strongly resisted by leadership of JK Apni party. The party without losing a movement called some senior BJP leaders in Delhi especially one of it's senior National general secretaries incharge J&K affairs and showed it's strong resentment over the order, sources added.
Sources said the Apni Party leadership while terming the order a betrayal said that this way BJP leadership has cheated the party leaders who formed the new party to work for strengthening the bonds between Kashmir and India further. By ordering Domicile law and opening Government jobs to outsiders has put the party leadership in very awkward position and this way the leadership will be unable to sell any thing before the masses of Kashmir.
Sources said roping in senior general secretary of the party to take up the issue with MJA and get the order modified the new party leadership warned that otherwise it will maintain a distance from BJP and say goodby to paarty in future.
Sources said bowing to the pressure of Apni party leadership the BJP general secretary took up the issue with senior party leaders as well as Union Home Minister, Amit Shah forcing them to convene an emergency meeting late night yesterday to get the order modified.
Sources said BJP leadership does not want to annoy its new ally in Kashmir like that of People's Conference leader and former Minister, Sajjad Gani Lone. Sensing the gravity of the situation the party general secretary without losing any time took it the issue with his senior colleagues in the BJP at Delhi and later HM Amit Shah to motivate them to modify the controversial order on Domicile Law.
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