Jammu-Kashmir-Ladakh Khatam Maursipatta, now any Indian can buy land


In Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, Indian people did not have the right to buy land even though they had so many hobbies and possibilities. After the leak of Section 370, only 'permanent residents' in the area enjoyed the right to buy land. But this time the Modi government is on the way to end that Maursipatta.

The guideline titled Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory Reconstruction 2020 is going to come into force from now on. As a result, any citizen of India, irrespective of his religion, language, motherland, can buy land in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. As a result, the central government believes that development in the two northernmost Union Territories of India will accelerate.

Since independence, the northern states of Jammu and Kashmir have enjoyed a number of additional benefits as a result of Section 370. After coming to power for the second time in 2019, the Modi government abolished this section Jammu and Kashmir was broken up into two Union Territories, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. As a result of this, all the citizens of the country will be able to buy land in these two Union Territories.

Incidentally, with the release of Mehbooba Mufti, the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and President of the People's Democratic Party, the political scene in the Valley has heated up again. Today, for the first time after 14 months of custody, Mehbooba Mufti faced journalists. There he made it clear that his party would unite in Jammu and Kashmir to restore the status quo before August 5.