The process of delimitation in Jammu and Kashmir will end by March 2022 and after that seven assembly seats will increase here. This information was given by Delimitation Commission Chairperson Ranjana Prakash Desai and members Sushil Chandra, KK Sharma in a press conference in Jammu.
Ranjana Prakash Desai while addressing the media said, “We are here for three days. All parties’ views have been written. We will work according to the law. Will come again in future.” The delimitation will be based on the 2011 census. There were 12 districts on the previous delimitation but now there are 20 districts in the state. The members of the commission met with more than 290 parties and organizations, which had around 800 members. These parties expressed happiness over the delimitation. Some parties also demanded political reservation.
The Delimitation Commission also met the Chief Secretary and demanded to make an officer of the state as the nodal officer. The commission has said that those who want to give any opinion on this delimitation can give that opinion to this nodal officer. The political parties who kept distance from the Delimitation Commission, we pray if they would come to meet. We assure that this process will be as per law and will be transparent. For us Jammu and Kashmir is a UT.
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