Srinagar: Kashmir economic alliance (KEA) Monday expressed concern over the proposed plans of administration to change the procedure for acquiring Permanent resident Certificates (PRCs) in Jammu and Kashmir.
In a statement issued to the press by Kashmir Economic Alliance, said that any such development was nothing but part of larger conspiracy against the special status of the state.
Chairman KEA Muhammad Yasin Khan Khan in his statement said issuance of PRC shouldn’t be confused with the grant of basic facilities like ‘Bjili, Sadak and Paani’ to the people.
“PRC cannot be seen through the prism of Public Service Guarantee Act, as the State Subject is the precious document which if issued hurriedly can only lead to further erosion of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir state,” Khan said.
“If the government goes ahead with the conspiracy to oversimplify issuance of PRC we will be left with no options but to take to streets because there cannot be any compromise on the special status of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
Khan asked the Raj Bhawan to issue formal orders to stop any move aimed at weakening the issuance of PRC.