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JKLC averse to compassionate appointment

`Give adequate compensation to kin of conflict victims’

November 06, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/SRINAGAR

In a controversial recommendation, J&K Law Commission has recommended scrapping of a legal provision under which dependents of civilians, who were killed in militancy-related incidents and law & order disturbances, were provided jobs on compassionate grounds by state government.
The panel headed by Justice (retd.) MK Hanjura has recommended deletion of rules under which dependents of conflict victims are being provided jobs by government.
“It is recommended that sub-rule (3) of rule (2) as it exists in SRO-43 of 1994 which has been subsequently amended by SRO-177 may be deleted and adequate compensation depending upon the chest of the state may be awarded to the category of persons as they exist in the sub-rule,” reads the report.
In 1994, J&K government had extended benefits of compassionate appointment scheme to families of civilians who died in militancy- related actions or due to enemy action on the Line of Control / International Border within Jammu & Kashmir.
The rules were amended in 2017 to cover the civilians who died during law and law order disturbances.(KNS)

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JKLC averse to compassionate appointment

`Give adequate compensation to kin of conflict victims’

November 06, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/SRINAGAR

In a controversial recommendation, J&K Law Commission has recommended scrapping of a legal provision under which dependents of civilians, who were killed in militancy-related incidents and law & order disturbances, were provided jobs on compassionate grounds by state government.
The panel headed by Justice (retd.) MK Hanjura has recommended deletion of rules under which dependents of conflict victims are being provided jobs by government.
“It is recommended that sub-rule (3) of rule (2) as it exists in SRO-43 of 1994 which has been subsequently amended by SRO-177 may be deleted and adequate compensation depending upon the chest of the state may be awarded to the category of persons as they exist in the sub-rule,” reads the report.
In 1994, J&K government had extended benefits of compassionate appointment scheme to families of civilians who died in militancy- related actions or due to enemy action on the Line of Control / International Border within Jammu & Kashmir.
The rules were amended in 2017 to cover the civilians who died during law and law order disturbances.(KNS)


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Owner, Printer, Publisher, Editor: Farooq Ahmad Wani
Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
Printed at: Abid Enterprizes, Zainkote Srinagar
Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
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Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
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