NPP celebrates Foundation Day Calls for Reorganization for Jammu and Kashmir

 

Resolution/political passed unanimously

 On 23rd March 2017 in Plenary Session

This Plenary Session, 2017 of JKNPP resolves on the occasion of its 35th Foundation Anniversary being celebrated at the historic Dogra Hall, Jammu, the winter capital of the State of J&K.

1.     The Reorganization of J&K on the basis of the cultural, geographical, linguistic and political identity of each region with separate Legislative Assemblies, separate Budgets, separate Recruitments and Public Service Commissions, separate Planning Commissions, separate Delimitation Commissions  and of course separate Chief Ministers, may be  one Governor and one High Court. 

2.     Jammu Pradesh: This Session feels that justice shall be done to each region after state is reorganized. 

3.     Calling on the Parliament of India to exercise its sovereign Authority to Amend Article 370 so as to empower Parliament to legislate in respect of matters listed in the union list to ensure smooth relations of the state with the rest of the country. 

4.     Delimitation of Assembly Constituencies should be held without any delay in order to remove regional and political discrimination.

5.     The term of the Legislative Assembly shall be five years instead of six years.

6.     Reservation for the ST community in the Legislative Assembly should be incorporated in the Constitution and ST status to Pahari-linguistic population and Kolis should be accorded without any delay.

7.     All Pakistani Refugees who came after Pakistan in 1947/48 and lawfully settled in J&K should be granted permanent residents status with their decedents born in J&K after 1947.

8.     SPOs, daily wagers including PHE wagers, NYC, SSB volunteers, contractual employees, ReT, Jail wardens and all others who have worked in the government department a minimum of five years should be regularized with our delay

9.     PoK refugees: This is Plenary Session of JKNPP reiterates its commitment for comprehensive settlement of the refugees of 1947, 1965, 1971, 1997 from POK in accordance with International Law. The JKNPP expresses its solidarity with the refugees of 1947 from Pakistan who deserve to be treated as citizens within the meaning and scope of the Constitution to enjoy their fundamental rights.   

10.            Mubarak Mandi, the identity of the Dogras the great should be designated as International Dogra Cultural Center (IDCC) and International University for Dogra Culture & Art should be set up at this historic site.

11.            Female children should be given free education upto 10th Class and all the unmarried girls should be provided with a social security of Rs.5,000/- p.m. till they are employed.

12.            50% reservation should be given to the women in the Panchayats. The State Subject (Permanent Resident) Certificates issued earlier to the unmarried daughters should be issued afresh without any condition.

13.            All the Jammu Migrants including camping in Talwara should be provided all their arrears from 2004-07 amounting to 21 crores as par direction of the Supreme Court and the recommendation of the Parliamentary Committee

14.            All the Jammu migrants should be provided relief both in cash, kind and for the resettlement in their native villages at par with the Kashmiri migrants without delay.

15.            The residents of border villages residing within the firing range from Pakistan side should be provided free residential plots so that they shall live in safe zones during shelling from Pakistan side.

16.            All the victims of past floods should be compensated according to the judgment of the Supreme Court at the earliest.

17.     The farmers should be given free legal aid, free education and free medical care and treatment so that the villagers can also share the fruits of democracy.

18.    Ex-servicemen should be given pension on the basis of one rank one pension and reservation in the government and public sector.

19.    All daily wagers should be given minimum wages not less than Rs. 500/- per day and minimum wages act should be enforced with this amendment. 

20.    All the Industrial workers in the public or private sector should work strictly according to the International norms and timing.  There should be no exploitation of workers.

21.   No child below the age 14 shall work in any Industrial discipline nor as a labourer. 

22.   Urge government of India to connect Jammu with Poonch, Udhampur with Kishtwar and Kathua with Bhadarwah via Bani by Rail.  It also resolved to revive railway line between Jammu and Sialkot (Pakistan) as it existed till 1947. 

23.   The Panchayats should be empowered in accordance with 73rd Amendment in the Constitution. Centre Act should be made applicable.

24.    The Civil Secretariat relating to the files/material of Jammu Pradesh should function retained in Jammu civil secretariat.  Both the secretariat in Srinagar and in Jammu should functional  round the year.

25.     That the four lane National Highway being interested by IFCON, IRCON, JP AND HCC etc should be taken up at war footing with the involvement/engagement of local youth of Ramban, Doda and Udhampur Districts.

26.    All the youth who worked as porter with Indian Army during 1999 Kargil war be absorbed in the regular police force/ Paramilitary forces/ Govt. Jobs at the earliest  .

27.  LARR Act 2013 should be extended to the state of Jammu and Kashmir so that the farming community should be compensated in consonance with the provisions of the Act. The farmers be given four times the market value of the land as compensation for all lands acquired for them by the govt.  NPP also demands that the Girdarwaris of the farmers which have been recently cancelled by the state government should be restored in the interest of their ownership rights. 

28.  All the illegal foreigners who are illegally settled in Jammu Pradesh including Rohingyas and Bangladeshis should be deported in the interest of the security of the state and the country.

29.   All the Contractual lectures working in the schools and colleges be brought within the amit of the special provisions Act 2010 and regularized after a period of five year of service.

30.    Reservation of 33% for women in legislative Assembly.

31.   Provision  of atleast eight seats for POK migrants out of the 24 seats reserved for them in the State Constitution.

32.   Equal share for Jammu region in employment.

33. Special package for development of tourism in remote belts of Jammu  region including Dudu Basantgarh, Sudh Mahadev, Mantalai , Pancheri, Lander, Ramnagar , Bani, Basholi, Marmat, Desa, Sansar etc.

34.             Electrification of all the unelectrified villages on priority.