No intention of tampering a permanent residence certificate, Governor Malik answered on Umar's allegation - watsupptoday.com
No intention of tampering a permanent residence certificate, Governor Malik answered on Umar's allegation
Posted 03 Dec 2018 02:02 PM

Agencies
The state government has clarified that there is no change in permanent residence certificate (PRC). Replying to the letter written by former Chief Minister and Vice President Omar Abdullah to Raj Bhavan, Governor Satyapal Malik has said that the government is not considering any changes in the PRC.
This is part of the legal structure of Jammu and Kashmir. There is no attempt to tamper with this law. In a letter to Umar, the Governor has said that there is no possibility of any kind of change without making extensive discussions with all the stakeholders in the process of making the PRC.

Rai Meshvirra is important so that there is no unnecessary thing in anyone's mind. As far as I am aware, no such attempt has been made at this time nor any decision has been made. He assured that there will be no change in the process of issuing the PRC.

The governor said that the PRC should be received within 30 days of application to actual State constituents. It has been observed that in this time limit, applicants have to face difficulties in getting the PRC.
There have also been complaints that delay in getting the PRC is due to various types of procedures. I believe that suggestions may be sought from the Department of Revenue for the hassle-free process. This is a general administrative process.

It should not be taken unnecessarily. He said that as a senior leader, you do not pay any attention to this type of report. It is your responsibility to stop the spread of rumors among the people and not to promote them.

Welcome to discuss any issues. In the letter, he also wrote that the fax machine is working. Your fax was also found and the information was also given by the office. While you are tweeting that this is not working.

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