Throughout History, Demographic Changes to J&K Have Only Deepened Conflict

The domicile law denies peoples’ efforts for rights, recognition and justice its true place in history. It could possibly end up alienating residents further.

On August 5, 2019, the Narendra Modi government revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s special status and statehood, dividing it into two union territories. In this series – ‘One Year in a Disappeared State’ – The Wire will look at what the last year has meant and what the region looks like now.

The story of historical injustices in Jammu and Kashmir is a never-ending saga.

The most recent chapter to be appended to the series is the new J&K grant of domicile certificate procedure rules, 2020. Proposed amidst lockdown, the new domicile rules are another form of the NRC exercise for the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir who hold the permanent resident certificate (PRC).


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