Ridiculous Bill passed in J&K which bar Hindus from working in Muslim dominated districts

via HK published on April 12, 2010

Jammu: J&K assembly passed a controversial bill banning inter-district recruitment in the state! This weird bill bars applicants from seeking jobs in districts other than their native ones. This bill is part of separatist’s ploy to keep away Hindu Jobseekers from Jammu in Muslim dominated districts in Kashmir. By doing this Jihadi’s dreamt of ripping away the SC-ST reservation as well in Muslim dominated districts.

Following heavy opposition from BJP and Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party an amendment was made to keep eight percent jobs reserved for the Scheduled Caste community. The main opposition Peoples Democratic Party members were on their feet as they were opposed to the amendment and wanted a blanket ban on inter-district recruitment with no reservation for any category.

Meanwhile, all shops and business establishments were closed and traffic was off the roads in Jammu region amid a shutdown call by the BJP. While valley-based parties, the National Conference (NC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, favour the ban on inter-district recruitment, Jammu-based parties like the BJP and Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party are opposed to it.Congress, which is a constituent of the ruling alliance in the state, is divided as its Jammu-based legislators are opposed to the ban while those from the valley support it.

This is yet another lesson to learn for those few misguided Hindus who took up arms against their fellow Hindus under the instructions of Islamic terrorist organisations in Kerala. The agenda of Islamic organisations in Kerala is to divide Hindus on the basis of caste. This J&K bill clearly conveys what is in store for those misguided Hindus in Kerala who align with deadly terrorist organisations like Popular front and PDP.  

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