New Delhi based newspapers have reported that the revenue department of UT administration in Jammu and Kashmir is identifying land for the establishment of camps, holiday homes and family homes for the CRPF.
Although the government has neither confirmed nor denied such reports, locals in many districts of Kashmir especially in Srinagar are worried as the revenue officials were busy in the recent past to identify land for the establishment of the CRPF camps. These fears have multiplied on the ground both in Jammu and Kashmir after the recent amendments in the land laws, enabling any outsider to purchase land in the entire UT of Jammu and Kashmir without any hassles or process which was to be observed earlier.
Revenue officials of UT administration in Kashmir valley in the past few weeks have been busy in identifying land for The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) as they have asked for the land in many districts of Kashmir including Srinagar, these inputs were published in the Delhi based media, adding to the worries of common people.
Already kashmiri leadership has forged an alliance known as Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration and they have rejected these recent land laws and have said that they will fight it out politically along with the people of Jammu and kashmir.
Recently the alliance held a meeting in Jammu division and also contacted people cautioning them that this was the time to be united to save the land and also the jobs for the youth.