India’s Complaint to the Security Council on the tribal invasion of J&K-01/01/1948

Letter Dated 1 January, 1948, from the Representative of India to the President of the Security Council (S/628).

The Government of India have instructed me to transmit to you the following telegraphic communication :

1. Under Article 35 of the Charter of the United Nations, any Member may bring any situation whose continuance is likely to endanger the maintenance of international peace and security to the attention of the Security Council. Such a situation now exists between India and Pakistan owing to the aid which invaders, consisting of nationals of Pakistan and of tribesmen from the territory immediately adjoining Pakistan on the north-west, are drawing from Pakistan for operations against Jammu and Kashmir, a State which has acceded to the Dominion of India and is part of India. The circumstances of accession, the activities of the invaders which led the Government of India to take military action against them, and the assistance which the attackers have received and are still receiving from Pakistan are explained later in this memorandum. The Government of India request the Security Council to call upon Pakistan to put an end immediately to the giving of such assistance, which is an act of aggression against India. If Pakistan does not do so, the Government of India may be compelled, in self-defence, to enter Pakistan territory, in order to take military action against the invaders. The matter is, therefore, one of extreme urgency and calls for immediate action by the Security Council for avoiding a breach of international peace.

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Parliament Resolution on Jammu and Kashmir on February 22, 1994

Parliament Resolution on Jammu and Kashmir

Text of the resolution

“This House note with deep concern Pakistan’s role in imparting training to the terrorists in camps located in Pakistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, the supply of weapons and funds, assistance in infiltration of trained militants, including foreign mercenaries into Jammu and Kashmir with the avowed purpose of creating disorder, disharmony and subversion:

reiterates that the militants trained in Pakistan are indulging in murder, loot and other heinous crimes against the people, taking them hostage and creating an atmosphere of terror;

Condemns strongly the continued support and encouragement Pakistan is extending to subversive and terrorist activities in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir;

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Orders issued under J&K Constitution shall be deemed to be issued under Indian Constitution.

Jammu and Kashmir

Notifications, Rules and Orders issued under proviso to section 124 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir shall be deemed to have been issued under Article 309 of the Constitution of India.

Dated: 31/10/2019

Notifications, Rules and Orders issued under proviso to section 124 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir shall be deemed to have been issued under Article 309 of Constitution of India.

Article 124 of J&K Constitution is about “Recruitment and conditions of service of persons serving the State”

Article 309 of the Indian Constitution :

309. Recruitment and conditions of service of persons serving the Union or a State. –

Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, Acts of the appropriate Legislature may regulate the recruitment, and conditions of service of persons appointed, to public services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union or of any State:
Provided that it shall be competent for the President or such person as he may direct in the case of services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union, and for the Governor  of a State or such person as he may direct in the case of services and posts in connection with the affairs of the State, to make rules regulating the recruitment, and the conditions of service of persons appointed, to such services and posts until provision in that behalf is made by or under an Act of the appropriate Legislature under this article, and any rules so made shall have effect subject to the provisions of any such Act.

 

Abolition of 370 is an internal matter: Indian envoy asserted after a closed-door meeting in UNSC

Pakistan requested the Security Council meeting on 13 August, and it was subsequently called for by Permanent Member, China.  A closed-door meeting was held on 16th August 2019 evening in the Security Council [consultation room], concluded without any formal observation. India and Pakistan both were not members of the consultation.

Pakistan’s Ambassador, Maleeha Lodhi said the meeting had allowed “the voice of the people of the occupied Kashmir” to be heard “in the highest diplomatic forum of the world.” She argued that “the fact that this meeting took place, is testimony to the fact that this is an international dispute.”

Syed Akbaruddin, India’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN Security Council, addresses the media after the meeting took place behind closed doors in New York, by saying that-

“Our national position was and remains that matter related to Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is entirely an internal matter of India.

These have no external ramifications, the recent decisions taken by the government of India and our legislative bodies are intended to ensure that good governance is promoted, social economic development is enhance for our people in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

We’re committed to gradually removing all restrictions. Since the change is internal to India, have not made any difference to our external orientation. India remains committed to ensure that the situation there (J&K) remains calm and peaceful.”

He said that the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir had announced measures which would return the region towards a state of “normalcy”

“India remains committed to ensure that the situation there remains calm and peaceful. We are committed to all the agreements that we have signed on this issue.”

But without naming names, he stated that “of particular concern is that one state is using terminology of jihad against and promoting violence in India, including by their leaders”, adding that India was committed to the principle “that all issues between India and Pakistan, as well as India and any other country, will be resolved bilaterally, peacefully, and in a manner that behooves normal inter-state relations between countries.”

The Chinese Ambassador, Zhang Jun, spoke to reporters outside the chamber following deliberations, urging both India and Pakistan to “refrain from taking any unilateral action which might further aggravate” what was an already “tense and very dangerous” situation.

Ambassador Zhang said Council members[Permanent members only] had “expressed their serious concern” concerning the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir…The Kashmir issue should be resolved properly through peaceful means, in accordance with the UN Charter, the relevant Security Council resolutions and bilateral agreements.”


 

The Instrument of Accession executed by Maharaja Hari Singh: 26 October 1947

Whereas the Indian Independence Act 1947, provides that as from the fifteenth day of August, 1947, there shall be set up an Independent Dominion known as India, and that the Government of India Act, 1935 shall, with such omission, additions, adaptations and modifications as the governor-general may by order specify, be applicable to the Dominion of India.
And whereas the Government of India Act, 1935, as so adapted by the governor-general, provides that an Indian State may accede to the Dominion of India by an Instrument of Accession executed by the Ruler thereof.

Now, therefore, I Shriman Inder Mahander Rajrajeswar Maharajadhiraj Shri Hari Singhji, Jammu and Kashmir Naresh Tatha Tibbetadi Deshadhipathi, Ruler of Jammu and Kashmir State, in the exercise of my sovereignty in and over my said State do hereby execute this my Instrument of Accession and

I hereby declare that I accede to the Dominion of India with the intent that the governor-general of India, the Dominion Legislature, the Federal Court and any other Dominion authority established for the purposes of the Dominion shall, by virtue of this my Instrument of Accession but subject always to the terms thereof, and for the purposes only of the Dominion, exercise in relation to the State of Jammu and Kashmir (hereinafter referred to as “this State”) such functions as may be vested in them by or under the Government of India Act, 1935, as in force in the Dominion of India, on the 15th day of August, 1947, (which Act as so in force is hereafter referred to as “the Act”).

I hereby assume the obligation of ensuring that due effect is given to the provisions of the Act within this state so far as they are applicable therein by virtue of this my Instrument of Accession.

I accept the matters specified in the schedule hereto as the matters with respect to which the Dominion Legislatures may make laws for this state.

I hereby declare that I accede to the Dominion of India on the assurance that if an agreement is made between the Governor General and the ruler of this state whereby any functions in relation to the administration in this state of any law of the Dominion Legislature shall be exercised by the ruler of this state, then any such agreement shall be deem to form part of this Instrument and shall be construed and have effect accordingly.
The terms of this my Instrument of accession shall not be varied by any amendment of the Act or of the Indian Independence Act 1947 unless such amendment is accepted by me by an Instrument supplementary to this Instrument.

Nothing in this Instrument shall empower the Dominion Legislature to make any law for this state authorizing the compulsory acquisition of land for any purpose, but I hereby undertake that should the Dominion for the purposes of a Dominion law which applies in this state deem it necessary to acquire any land, I will at their request acquire the land at their expense or if the land belongs to me transfer it to them on such terms as may be agreed, or, in default of agreement, determined by an arbitrator to be appointed by the Chief Justice Of India.

Nothing in this Instrument shall be deemed to commit me in any way to acceptance of any future constitution of India or to fetter my discretion to enter into arrangements with the Government of India under any such future constitution.
Nothing in this Instrument affects the continuance of my sovereignty in and over this state, or, save as provided by or under this Instrument, the exercise of any powers, authority and rights now enjoyed by me as Ruler of this state or the validity of any law at present in force in this state.

I hereby declare that I execute this Instrument on behalf of this state and that any reference in this Instrument to me or to the ruler of the state is to be construed as including to my heirs and successors.

Given under my hand this 26th day of OCTOBER nineteen hundred and forty seven.

Hari Singh

Maharajadhiraj of Jammu and Kashmir State.

I do hereby accept this Instrument of Accession. Dated this twenty seventh day of October, nineteen hundred and forty seven.

Mountbatten of Burma, Governor-General of India.

Indira–Sheikh Accord: 1975

Jammu and Kashmir

The State of Jammu and Kashmir which is a constituent unit of the Union of India, shall, in its relation with the Union, continue to be governed by Article 370 of the Constitution of India.

The residuary powers of legislation shall remain with the State; however, Parliament will continue to have power to make laws relating to the prevention of activities directed towards disclaiming, questioning or disrupting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India or bringing about cession of a part of the territory of India or secession of a part of the territory of India from the Union or causing insult to the Indian National Flag, the Indian National Anthem and the Constitution.

Where any provision of the Constitution of India had been applied to the State of Jammu and Kashmir with adaptation and modification, such adaptations and modifications can be altered or repealed by an order of the President under Article 370, each individual proposal in this behalf being considered on its merits ; but provisions of the Constitution of India already applied to the State of Jammu and Kashmir without adaptation or modification are unalterable.

With a view to assuring freedom to the State of Jammu and Kashmir to have its own legislation on matters like welfare measures, cultural matters, social security, personal law and procedural laws, in a manner suited to the special conditions in the State, it is agreed that the State Government can review the laws made by Parliament or extended to the State after 1953 on any matter relatable to the Concurrent List and may decide which of them, in its opinion, needs amendment or repeal. Thereafter, appropriate steps may be taken under Article 254 of the Constitution of India. The grant of President’s assent to such legislation would be sympathetically considered. The same approach would be adopted in regard to laws to be made by Parliament in future under the Proviso to clause 2 of the Article. The State Government shall be consulted regarding the application of any such law to the State and the views of the State Government shall receive the fullest consideration.

As an arrangement reciprocal to what has been provided under Article 368, a suitable modification of that Article as applied to State should be made by Presidential order to the effect that no law made by the Legislature of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, seeking to make any change in or in the effect of any provision of Constitution of the State of Jammu and Kashmir relating to any of the under mentioned matters, shall take effect unless the Bill, having been reserved for the consideration of the President, receives his assent ; the matters are a) the appointment, powers, functions, duties, privileges and immunities of the Governor, and b) the following matters relating to Elections namely, the superintendence, direction and control of Elections by the Election Commission of India, eligibility for inclusion in the electoral rolls without discrimination, adult suffrage and composition of the Legislative Council, being matters specified in sections 138,139, 140 and 50 of the Constitution of the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
No agreement was possible on the question of nomenclature of the Governor and the Chief Minister and the matter is therefore remitted to the Principals.

Signatories

On behalf of Abdullah  by Mirza Mohammad Afzal Beg

and

on behalf of the Indian government (headed by Prime Minister Gandhi) by G. Parthasarathy on

24 February 1975 in New Delhi.

The trump card: United state avoided the K-370 question describing it as an “internal matter”

India government on Monday unilaterally wiped out the autonomy of the Kashmir valley, sending in thousands of army troops to quell any possible unrest. A resolution and a separate Bill was introduced in this regard.

On and from the appointed day, there shall be formed a new Union territory to be known as the Union territory of Ladakh comprising the following territories of the existing State of Jammu and Kashmir, namely:—

“Kargil and Leh districts”,

and thereupon the said territories shall cease to form part of the existing State of Jammu and Kashmir.

Again on and from the appointed day, there shall be formed a new Union territory to be known as the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir comprising the territories of the existing State of Jammu and Kashmir other than those specified in section 3 of Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019.

The United States on Monday urged India to engage in discussion with those affected by its decision to revoke Kashmir’s special status. State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said:

“We are closely following the events in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. We take note of India’s announcement revising the constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and India’s plan to split the state into two union territories.”

The statement issued in Washington, however, also referred to India’s position on this issue, without mentioning the Pakistani position. “We note that the Indian government has described these actions as strictly an internal matter,” Ms Ortagus said.

Washington calls for peace and stability along LoC with concern on the situation in the Valley. “We are concerned about reports of detentions and urge respect for individual rights and discussion with those in affected communities,” she said.

Ms Ortagus also underlined the need for maintaining peace and stability along the Line of Control.

“We call on all parties to maintain peace and stability along the Line of Control,” she said.

The statement also failed to mention US President Donald Trump’s recent offers to mediate between India and Pakistan to help resolve the Kashmir dispute.

In a July 22 statement, President Trump said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him to mediate on the Kashmir dispute. Although India denied ever asking him to do so, Mr Trump reiterated his stance earlier this week, saying that he’s willing to help if both countries ask him to.

On the other hand in Pakistan side an official notification issued on Monday, the joint sitting of the National Assembly and the Senate will be held at 11am on 6th August.

“This House may discuss the recent surge in unprovoked firing and shelling on civilian population and use of cluster bombs by Indian forces in Azad Jammu and Kashmir; deployment of additional troops and atrocities in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir and recent developments,” says the agenda issued by the National Assembly Secretariat for the joint sitting.

Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari was the first opposition leader who had called for immediately summoning the joint session of parliament.

August 6th, 2019

Simla Agreement July 2, 1972

July 02, 1972

The Simla Agreement signed by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto of Pakistan on 2nd July 1972 was much more than a peace treaty seeking to reverse the consequences of the 1971 war (i.e. to bring about withdrawals of troops and an exchange of PoWs). It was a comprehensive blue print for good neighbourly relations between India and Pakistan. Under the Simla Agreement both countries undertook to abjure conflict and confrontation which had marred relations in the past, and to work towards the establishment of durable peace, friendship and cooperation.

The Simla Agreement contains a set of guiding principles, mutually agreed to by India and Pakistan, which both sides would adhere to while managing relations with each other. These emphasize: respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty; non-interference in each other’s internal affairs; respect for each others unity, political independence; sovereign equality; and abjuring hostile propaganda. The following principles of the Agreement are, however, particularly noteworthy:

A mutual commitment to the peaceful resolution of all issues through direct bilateral approaches.
To build the foundations of a cooperative relationship with special focus on people to people contacts.
To uphold the inviolability of the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, which is a most important CBM between India and Pakistan, and a key to durable peace.
India has faithfully observed the Simla Agreement in the conduct of its relations with Pakistan.

SIMLA AGREEMENT

Agreement on Bilateral Relations Between The Government of India and The Government of Pakistan

The Government of India and the Government of Pakistan are resolved that the two countries put an end to the conflict and confrontation that have hitherto marred their relations and work for the promotion of a friendly and harmonious relationship and the establishment of durable peace in the sub-continent, so that both countries may henceforth devote their resources and energies to the pressing talk of advancing the welfare of their peoples.

In order to achieve this objective, the Government of India and the Government of Pakistan have agreed as follows:-

That the principles and purposes of the Charter of the United Nations shall govern the relations between the two countries;
That the two countries are resolved to settle their differences by peaceful means through bilateral negotiations or by any other peaceful means mutually agreed upon between them. Pending the final settlement of any of the problems between the two countries, neither side shall unilaterally alter the situation and both shall prevent the organization, assistance or encouragement of any acts detrimental to the maintenance of peaceful and harmonious relations;
That the pre-requisite for reconciliation, good neighbourliness and durable peace between them is a commitment by both the countries to peaceful co-existence, respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, on the basis of equality and mutual benefit;
That the basic issues and causes of conflict which have bedevilled the relations between the two countries for the last 25 years shall be resolved by peaceful means;
That they shall always respect each other’s national unity, territorial integrity, political independence and sovereign equality;
That in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations they will refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of each other.
Both Governments will take all steps within their power to prevent hostile propaganda directed against each other. Both countries will encourage the dissemination of such information as would promote the development of friendly relations between them.
In order progressively to restore and normalize relations between the two countries step by step, it was agreed that;
Steps shall be taken to resume communications, postal, telegraphic, sea, land including border posts, and air links including overflights.
Appropriate steps shall be taken to promote travel facilities for the nationals of the other country.
Trade and co-operation in economic and other agreed fields will be resumed as far as possible.
Exchange in the fields of science and culture will be promoted.
In this connection delegations from the two countires will meet from time to time to work out the necessary details.
In order to initiate the process of the establishment of durable peace, both the Governments agree that:
Indian and Pakistani forces shall be withdrawn to their side of the international border.
In Jammu and Kashmir, the line of control resulting from the cease-fire of December 17, 1971 shall be respected by both sides without prejudice to the recognized position of either side. Neither side shall seek to alter it unilaterally, irrespective of mutual differences and legal interpretations. Both sides further undertake to refrain from the threat or the use of force in violation of this Line.
The withdrawals shall commence upon entry into force of this Agreement and shall be completed within a period of 30 days thereof.
This Agreement will be subject to ratification by both countries in accordance with their respective constitutional procedures, and will come into force with effect from the date on which the Instruments of Ratification are exchanged.
Both Governments agree that their respective Heads will meet again at a mutually convenient time in the future and that, in the meanwhile, the representatives of the two sides will meet to discuss further the modalities and arrangements for the establishment of durable peace and normalization of relations, including the questions of repatriation of prisoners of war and civilian internees, a final settlement of Jammu and Kashmir and the resumption of diplomatic relations.

Sd/-
(Indira Gandhi)
Prime Minister
Republic of India

Sd/-
(Zulfikar Ali Bhutto)
President
Islamic Republic of Pakistan

 

Simla, the 2nd July, 1972

STATE LAWS INCLUDING GOVERNOR’S ACTS WHICH ARE REPEALED IN UNION TERRITORY OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR; AND UNION TERRITORY OF LADAKH

Jammu and Kashmir

Under J & K Reorganisation Bill

S.No. Name of the Act Act/Ordinance No.
1. The Jammu and Kashmir Accountability Commission Act, 2002. XXXVIII of 2002
2. The Jammu and Kashmir Advocates Welfare Fund Act, 1997. XXVI of 1997
3. The Jammu and Kashmir Agricultural Income Tax Act, 1962. XXI of 1962
4. The Jammu and Kashmir [State] Agricultural Produce Marketing Regulation XXXVI of 1997
Act, 1997.
5. The Jammu and Kashmir Anand Marriage Act, 1954. IX of 2011
6. The Jammu and Kashmir Animal Diseases (Control) Act, 1949. XV of 2006
7. The Jammu and Kashmir Apartment Ownership Act, 1989. I of 1989
8. The Jammu and Kashmir Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1997. XXXV of 1997
9. The Jammu and Kashmir Arya Samajist Marriages (Validation) Act, 1942. III of Svt. 1999
10. The Jammu and Kashmir Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Act, 1959. XXVI of 1959
11. The Jammu and Kashmir Banker’s Books Evidence Act, 1920. VI of 1977
12. The Jammu and Kashmir Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 2010. V of 2010
13. The Jammu and Kashmir Boilers Act, Samvat, 1991. IV of Svt.1991
14. Buddhists Polyandrous Marriages Prohibition Act, 1941. II of 1998
15. The Jammu and Kashmir Cattle Trespass Act, 1920. VII of 1977
16. The Jammu and Kashmir Charitable Endowments Act, 1989. XIV of 1989
17. The Jammu and Kashmir Chit Funds Act, 2016. XI of 2016
18. The Jammu and Kashmir Christian Marriage and Divorce Act, 1957. III of 1957
19. The Jammu and Kashmir Cinematograph Act, 1933. XXIV of 1989
20. Code of Civil Procedure, Samvat 1977. X of Svt. 1977
21. Code of Criminal Procedure, Samvat 1989. XXIII of Svt. 1989
22. The Jammu and Kashmir Collection of Statistics Act, 2010. XVIII of 2010
23. The Jammu and Kashmir [State] Commission for Women Act, 1999. V of 1999
24. The Jammu and Kashmir Commission of Inquiry Act, 1962. XXXII of 1962
25. The Jammu and Kashmir Consumer Protection Act, 1987. XIVI of 1987
26. The Jammu and Kashmir Contempt of Courts Act, 1997. XXV of 1997
27. The Jammu and Kashmir Contingency Fund Act, 1957. XXIV of 1957
28. The Jammu and Kashmir Contract Act, Samvat 1977. IX of Svt.1977
29. The Jammu and Kashmir Court Fees Act, Samvat 1977. VII of Svt. 1977
30. The Jammu and Kashmir Court of Wards Act, Samvat 1977. LII of Svt. 1977

 

31. The Jammu and Kashmir Criminal Law Amendment Act, Svt 1993. I of Svt. 1993
32. The Jammu and Kashmir Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1958. III of 1958
33. The Jammu and Kashmir Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1983. X of 1983
34. The Jammu and Kashmir Customs Act, Svt 1958. VIII of Svt.1958
35. The Jammu and Kashmir Dehi Adalats Act, 2013. XV of 2013
36. The Jammu and Kashmir Destruction of Records Act, 1920. XII of 1977
37. The Jammu and Kashmir Displaced Persons (Permanent Settlement) Act, 1971. X of 1971
38. The Jammu and Kashmir Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1942. X of Svt.1999
39. The Jammu and Kashmir Dowry Restraint Act, 1960. XXXVI of 1960
40. The Jammu and Kashmir Easements Act, 1920. XIV of Svt.1977
41. The Jammu and Kashmir Electricity Act, 2010. XIII of 2010
42. The Jammu and Kashmir Electricity (Duty) Act, 1963. XI of 1963
43. The Jammu and Kashmir Employees Provident Funds (And) Miscellaneous XV of 1961
Provisions Act, 1961.
  1. The Jammu and Kashmir Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction of

 

Dry Latrines (Prohibition) Act, 2010. XIX of 2010
45. The Jammu and Kashmir Energy Conservation Act, 2011. XIV of 2011
46. The Jammu and Kashmir Epidemic Diseases Act, 1920. XVI of 1977
47. (State) Evacuees (Administration of Property) (Validation of Orders, Proceedings IV of 1958
and Acts) Act, 1958.
48. The Jammu and Kashmir Evidence Act, Samvat 1977 (1920 A.D). XIII of Svt.1977
49. The Jammu and Kashmir Fatal Accidents Act, Samvat 1977. XVII of Svt.1977
50. The Jammu and Kashmir Forest Act, Samvat 1987. II of Svt.1987
51. The Jammu and Kashmir Forest (Conservation) Act, 1997. XXX of 1997
52. The Jammu and Kashmir Forest (Sale of Timber) Act, Samvat 1987. III of Svt.1987
53. The Jammu and Kashmir General Clauses Act, Samvat 1977. XX of Svt. 1977
54. The Jammu and Kashmir Good Conduct Prisoners (Temporary Release) Act, 1978. VII of 1978
55. Government Servants (Held in Detention) Act, 1956. XV of 1956
56. The Jammu and Kashmir Grant of Permit for Resettlement in (or Permanent X of 1982
Return to) the State Act, 1982.
57. The Jammu and Kashmir Guardians and Wards Act, Samvat 1977. XIX of Svt.1977
58. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1960. II of 1960
59. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Disposition of Property Act, Samvat 1997. XVI of Svt. 1997
60. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Inheritance (Removal of Disabilities) Act, XVIII of Svt. 1997
Samvat 1997.
61. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Marriage Act, 1980. IV of 1980
62. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Marriage (Validation of Proceedings) Act, 1963. XVI of 1963

 

63. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1957. VII of 1957
64. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Succession Act, 1956. XXXVIII of 1956
65. The Jammu and Kashmir Hindu Widows Remarriage and Property Act, Samvat 1989. XXIX of Svt. 1989
66. The Jammu and Kashmir Homeopathic Practitioner Act, 2003. VIII of 2003
67. The Jammu and Kashmir Identification of Prisoners Act, Samvat 1994. IV of Svt. 1994
68. The Jammu and Kashmir Infant Marriages Prevention Act, Samvat 1985. I of Svt. 1985
69. Instruments (Control of Noises) Act, 1959. VII of 1959
  1. Judicial Officers Protection Act, 1971.
71. The Jammu and Kashmir Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2013. VII of 2013
72. The Jammu and Kashmir Juvenile Smoking Act, Samvat 1986. II of Svt. 1986
73. Land Acquisition Act, Samvat 1990. X of Svt. 1990
74. Legal Practitioners (Fees) Act, Samvat 1988. VII of Svt. 1988
75. The Jammu and Kashmir Legal Representatives Suits Act, Samvat 1977. XXII of Svt. 1977
76. The Jammu and Kashmir Legal Services Authorities Act, 1997. XXXIII of 1997
77. The Jammu and Kashmir Limitation Act, Samvat 1995. IX of Svt. 1995
78. The Jammu and Kashmir Livestock Improvement Act, Samvat 1996. XXIII of Svt.1996
79. The Jammu and Kashmir Local Authorities Loans Act, Samvat 1997. VI of Svt. 1997
80. The Jammu and Kashmir Lunacy Act, Samvat 1977. XXV of Svt. 1997
81. The Jammu and Kashmir Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and XVI of 2014
Senior Citizens Act, 2014.
82. The Jammu and Kashmir Majority Act, Samvat 1977. XXVI of Svt. 1977
83. The Jammu and Kashmir Medical Registration Act, Samvat 1998. IV of Svt. 1998
84. The Jammu and Kashmir Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1974. XXIII of 1974
85. The Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Dower Act, Samvat 1977. XLIV of Svt. 1977
86. The Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act, 2007. IV of 2007
87. The Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Specified Wakafs and Specified Wakaf VIII of 2004
Properties (Management and Regulation) Act, 2004.
88. The Jammu and Kashmir Nationalization of Forest Working Act, 1987. VII of 1987
89. (State) Newspapers (Incitements to Offences) Act, Svt 1971. VIV of Svt. 1971
90. The Jammu and Kashmir Nursing Council Act, 2012. IV of 2012
91. The Jammu and Kashmir Nursing Homes and Clinical Establishments XXXIX of 1963
(Registration and Licensing) Act, 1963.
92. Official Secrets Act, Samvat 1977. XLIII of Svt.1977
93. Opium Smoking Act, Samvat 2011. XXXII of Svt. 2011
94. Essential Services (Maintenance) Ordinance, Samvat 2001. IX of Svt. 2001
95. Hoarding and Profiteering Prevention Ordinance, Samvat 2000. XIX of Svt. 2000

 

96. Police Enhanced Penalties Ordinance, Samvat 2005. III of Svt. 2005
97. Prevention of Corruption Ordinance, 2001. IV of Svt. 2001
98. The Jammu and Kashmir Public Servants Transfer of Immovable Property XXX of Svt.2004
(Restriction) Ordinance, 2004.
99. The Jammu and Kashmir Partition Act, Samvat 1977. XXX of Svt. 1977
100. The Jammu and Kashmir Partnership Act, Samvat 1996. V of Svt. 1996
101. The Jammu and Kashmir Permanent Residents Certificate (Procedure) Act, 1963. XIII of 1963
102. The Jammu and Kashmir Pharmacy Act, Samvat 2011. LIII of Svt. 2011
103. The Jammu and Kashmir Poisons Act, Samvat 1977. XXXIV of Svt. 1977
104. The Jammu and Kashmir Preconception and Prenatal Sex Selection XXXI of 2002
(Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 2002.
105. (State) Press and Publications Act, Svt 1989. I of Svt. 1989
106. The Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Black Marketing and Maintenance XXV of 1988
of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1988.
107. The Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Corruption Act, Samvat 2006. XIII of Svt. 2006
108. The Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, Samvat 1990. XIII of Svt. 1990
109. The Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Defacement of Property Act, 1985. XIX of 1985
110. The Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and XXIII of 1988
Psychotropic Substances Act, 1988.
111. The Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Insult to State Honour Act, 1979. X of 1979
112. The Jammu and Kashmir Prisoners Act, Svt 1977. XXXIII of Svt. 1977
113. The Jammu and Kashmir Prisons Act, Svt 1977. XXXI of Svt. 1977
114. The Jammu and Kashmir Private Security Agencies (Regulation) Act, 2015. IX of 2015
115. The Jammu and Kashmir Prize Competition Act, 1956. XII of 1956
116. The Jammu and Kashmir Probation of Offenders Act, 1966. XXXVII of 1966
117. The Jammu and Kashmir Protection of Human Rights Act, 1997. XV of 1997
118. The Jammu and Kashmir Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2010. XI of 2010
119. The Jammu and Kashmir Provident Funds Act, Svt 1998. XXII of Svt. 1998
120. The Jammu and Kashmir Public Gambling Act, Svt 1977. XVIII of Svt. 1977
121. The Jammu and Kashmir Public Property (Prevention of Damage) Act, 1985. XX of 1985
122. The Jammu and Kashmir Public Servants (Inquiries) Act, Svt 1977. XXVIII of Svt. 1977
123. (State) Ranbir Penal Code, Samvat 1989. XII of Svt. 1989
124. The Jammu and Kashmir Registration Act, Svt. 1977. XXXV of Svt. 1977
125. The Jammu and Kashmir Registration (Amendment and Validation of VI of 1955
Transfers of property) Act, 1955.
126. Registration of Deeds (Validating) Act, Samvat 2008. VI of Svt. 2008
127. Registration of Deeds (Validation) Act, 1956. XXI of 1956

 

128. Registration of Deeds (Validating) Act, 1968. XXXIII of 1968
129. Registration of Deeds (Validation) Act, 1976. I of 1976
130. Registration of Deeds (Validation) Act, 1985. IX of 1985
131. The Jammu and Kashmir Religious Endowments Act, Svt 1977. L of Svt.1977
132. The Jammu and Kashmir Representation of the People Act, 1957. IV of 1957
133. The Jammu and Kashmir Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable XXXV of 1968
Property Act, 1968.
134. The Jammu and Kashmir Right to Information Act, 2009. VIII of 2009
135. The Jammu and Kashmir Sale of Goods Act, Svt 1996. II of 1996
136. Separation of Judicial and Executive Functions Act, 1966. XL of 1966

 

  1. The Jammu and Kashmir Small Causes Court Act, Svt 1968.

 

138. Societies Registration Act, Svt 1998. VI of Svt. 1998
139. The Jammu and Kashmir Specific Relief Act, Svt 1977. XXXVIII of Svt. 1977
140. The Jammu and Kashmir Standards of Weights and Measures (Enforcement) XXXVII of 1997
Act, 1997.
141. The Jammu and Kashmir Succession Certificate Act, Svt 1977. XXXIX of Svt. 1977
142. Succession (Property Protection) Act, Svt 1977. XXXVI of Svt. 1977
143. The Jammu and Kashmir Suits Valuation Act, Svt 1977. XXXVII of Svt. 1977
144. The Jammu and Kashmir Suppression of Indecent Advertisements Act, Svt 2003. IX of Svt. 2003
145. The Jammu and Kashmir Transfer of Property Act, Svt 1977. XLII of Svt. 1977
146. The Jammu and Kashmir Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1997. III of 1997
147. The Jammu and Kashmir Trusts Act, Svt 1977. XLI of Svt. 1977
148. The Jammu and Kashmir Venereal Diseases Act, Svt 2000. XXI of Svt. 2000
149. Veterinary Council Act, 2001. XXI of 2001
150. The Jammu and Kashmir [State] Village and Town Patrol Act, 1959. XXIV of 1959
151. The Jammu and Kashmir Village Sanitation Act, Svt. 1990. V of Svt. 1990
152. The Jammu and Kashmir Wakafs Act, 2001. III of 2001
153. The Jammu and Kashmir Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1978. VIII of 1978
S.No. Name of the Governor’s Act Governor’s Act No.
1. The Jammu and Kashmir State Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism Cerebral VI of 2018
Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 2018.
2. The Jammu and Kashmir Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable VIII of 2018
Advertisements) Act, 2018.
3. The Jammu and Kashmir Single Window (Industrial Investment and X of 2018
Business Facilitation) Act, 2018.
4. The Jammu and Kashmir Commercial Courts Act, 2018. XIII of 2018
5. The Jammu and Kashmir Family Courts Act, 2018. XXIV of 2018
6. The Jammu and Kashmir Aadhar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and other XXXIV of 2018
Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2018.
7. The Jammu and Kashmir Protection of Children From Sexual Violence Act, 2018. II of 2018
8. The Jammu and Kashmir Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2018. XL of 2018
9. The Jammu and Kashmir Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 2018. XLIII of 2018
10. The Jammu and Kashmir State Commission for Protection of Women and XLVI of 2018
Child Rights Act, 2018.
11. The Jammu and Kashmir Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2018. LIII of 2018

 

CENTRAL LAWS MADE APPLICABLE TO THE UNION TERRITORY OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR; AND UNION TERRITORY OF LADAKH

under J & K Reorganisation Bill

The Fifth Schedule

(See Sections 95 and 96)

TABLE – 1

CENTRAL LAWS MADE APPLICABLE TO THE UNION TERRITORY OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR; AND UNION TERRITORY OF LADAKH

S.No.      Name of the Act                                                                                         Section/Amendments

  1. The Aadhar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and other subsidies, benefits and services) Act, 2016.

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

2. The Administrative Tribunal Act, 1985. Clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 1 shall be omitted.
3. The Anand Marriage Act, 1951. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
  1. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.Proviso to sub-section (2) of section 1 shall be omitted.
  2. The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
6. The Charitable Endowment Act, 1890. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
7. The Chit Funds Act, 1982. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
8. The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. Clause (a) of sub-section (3) of section 1 shall be omitted.
9. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
10. The Commercial Courts Act, 2015. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
11. The Commission for Protection of In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Child’s Rights Act, 2006. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
12. The Commission of Inquiry Act, 1952. Proviso to sub-section (2) of section 1 shall be omitted.
13. The Consumer Protection Act, 1986. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
14. The Contempt of Courts Act, 1971. Proviso to sub-section (2) of section 1 shall be omitted.
15. The Delimitation Act, 2002. Section 2(f) shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Disturbed Areas (Special Courts) Act, 1976. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

18. The Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
19. The Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Advertisement) Act, 1954. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
20. The Easements Act, 1891. Extended as whole.
     

 

     
21. The Electricity Act, 2003. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
22. The Employees Provident Funds and In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
23. The Employment of Manual Scavengers and Extended as whole.
  Construction of Dry Latrines (Prohibition)  
  Act, 1993.  
24. The Enemy Property Act, 1968. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
25. The Energy Conservation Act, 2001. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
26. The Family Courts Act, 1984. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
27. The Fatal Accidents Act, 1855. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
28. The Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
29. The General Clauses Act, 1897. Extended as whole.
30. The Governors (Emoluments, Allowances & In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Privileges) Act, 1982. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
31. The Gram Nyayalayas Act, 2009. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
32. The Guardian & Wards Act, 1890. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
33. The Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 1956. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Hindu Disposition of Property Act, 1960.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

35. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Hindu Minority & Guardianship Act, 1956. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

37. The Hindu Succession Act, 1956. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
38. The Identification of Prisoners Act, 1920. Extended as whole.
39. The Indecent Representation of Women In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  (Prohibition) Act, 1986. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
40. The Indian Boilers Act, 1923. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

42. The Indian Contract Act, 1872. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
     

 

     
43. The Indian Easements Act, 1882. Extended as whole.
44. The Indian Evidence Act, 1872. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
45. The Indian Forest Act, 1927. Extended as whole.
46. The Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
47. The Indian Partnership Act, 1932. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
48. The Indian Penal Code, 1860. In section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and
    Kashmir” shall be omitted.
49. The Indian Stamp Act, 1899. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
50. The Indian Succession Act, 1925. Extended as whole.
51. The Indian Trust Act, 1882. In section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and
    Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

53. The Judges (Protection) Act, 1985. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Judicial Officers (Protection) Act, 1850.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

55. The Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Children) Act, 2015. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

57. The Limitation Act, 1963. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
58. The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Senior Citizens Act, 2007. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
59. The Majority Act, 1875. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
60. The Medical Termination of Pregnancy In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 1971. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
61. The Muslim Personal Law (Shariet) Application In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 1937. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
62. The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Divorce) Act, 1986. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

64. The National Commission for Minority In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Educational Institutes Act, 2005. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
65. The National Commission for Safaikaramcharis In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 1993. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
     

S.No.      Name of the Act                                                                                     Section/Amendments

 

  1. The National Commission for Women Act, 1990.

 

  1. The National Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993.

 

67-A       National Security Act, 1980

 

  1. The National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999.

 

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

69. The Oaths Act, 1969. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
70. The Partition Act, 1893. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
71. The Pharmacy Act, 1948. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
72. The Powers of Attorney Act, 1882. In section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and
    Kashmir” shall be omitted.
73. The Preconception and Pre-natal Diagnostic In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
  Act, 1994.  
74. The Prevention of Blackmarketing & In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Maintenance of Supplies of Essential of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
  Commodities Act, 1980.  

 

  1. The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Prevention of cruelty to animals Act, 1960. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

77. The Prevention of Damage to Public Property In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 1984. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
78. The Prisoners Act, 1900. Extended as whole.
79. The Prisons Act, 1894. Extended as whole.
80. The Private Security Agencies (Regulation) In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 2005. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
81. The Prize Chits and Money Circulation Scheme In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  (Banning) Act, 1978. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
82. The Probation of Offenders Act, 1958. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2007.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

84. The Prohibition of Employment as Manual In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Scavengers and their Rehabilitation Act, 2013. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
85. The Protection of Children From Sexual Offences In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Act, 2012. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
     

S.No.      Name of the Act                                                                                         Section/Amendments

  1. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1994.

 

  1. The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.

 

  1. The Public Gambling Act, 1867.

 

  1. The Public Records Act, 1993.

 

  1. The Registration Act, 1908.

Proviso to sub-section (2) of section 1 shall be omitted.

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

Extended as whole.

Extended as whole.

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

  1. The Religious Endowments Act, 1863.

 

  1. The Religious Institutions (Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988.

 

  1. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009.

 

  1. The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013.

 

Extended as whole.

 

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

 

94A.       The Representation of People Act, 1951.                  In Section (2),

 

(i) In sub-section (1) Clause (d) the words “other than

 

the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted; and

 

(ii) Sub-section (5) shall be omitted.

 

 

  1. The Right to Information Act, 2005.

 

 

In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

 

96. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
97. The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forests Rights) of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
  Act, 2007.  
98. The Scheduled Caste and the Scheduled Tribes In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
  (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989. of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
99. The Special Marriage Act, 1954. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
100. The Specific Relief Act, 1963. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.
101. The Suits Valuation Act, 1887. Extended as whole.
102. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882. Extended as whole.
103. The Transplantation of Human Organs and Extended as whole.
  Tissues Act, 1994.  
104. The Wakf Act, 1995. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

  1. The Whistle Blowers Protection Act, 2014.In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.

 

106. The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972. In sub-section (2) of section 1, words, “except the State
    of Jammu and Kashmir” shall be omitted.