J&K High Court Bar Association asked to explain why "Kashmir dispute" finds mention in Association's Constitution

“J&K is an integral part of the country and not a dispute”, reads the notice issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Government
J&K High Court Bar Association asked to explain why "Kashmir dispute" finds mention in Association's Constitution
High Court of Jammu & Kashmir, Srinagar

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has issued a notice to the the Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association, Srinagar to explain the first objective of its Constitution which mentions one of the Association's objectives as being the "peaceful settlement of Kashmir dispute."

Stating that such a stance is not in consonsance with the Constitution of India, a notice has been issued by the District Magistrate, Srinagar to President of the Bar Association, Srinagar and the Election Committee of the Bar Association on Monday.

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