Gandoh, April 05: The J&K UT National Student’s Union of India (NSUI) Leader Mehran Anjum Mir said that there is hardly anything to be celebrated as there are still many loopholes in the domicile law that could change the demography of J&K and harm the interest of J&K youth.
Mehran said that the children of Army personnel, bureaucrats, and other central government officials (after becoming domiciles) will be preferred for higher posts because they enjoy patronisation. It also includes children who have studied here and appeared in 10th and 12th class exams and those living in J&K for 15 years the cut-off date of which is still not clearly mentioned.
Mehran said even these people are collectively more than the population of J&K, therefore, the amendment to domicile law is merely cosmetic.
Mehran said that our land and jobs are still not safe.NSUI will continue its fight till every bit of what preserves the identity of J&K and the interest of its youth is not given back.