Last Updated on November 17, 2022 at 6:51 pm
The administration of Ladakh has clarified that all the regulations regarding land which existed in the erstwhile state of J&K continue to be in force without any change.
In a statement, the administration of Ladakh said “This is regarding the copy of an internal e-mail circulating in social media regarding the registration of land in the Revenue records”.
“UT Administration Ladakh clarifies that the laws and regulations regarding land which existed in the erstwhile State of Jammu & Kashmir before the abrogation of Article 370 continue to be in force in UT Ladakh without any change. The UT Administration is fully cognizant of the relevant sections of the LAHDC Act under which all Khalsa Sarkar land in the district stands transferred to the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council for its efficient use and management” the statement read.
It further read “It is reiterated that the UT Administration remains committed to the implementation of all the land related Acts, Rules and Regulations applicable to the Union Territory of Ladakh, in letter and spirit”.