Panun Kashmir's Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Bill -2020

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Such other particulars as may be considered necessary to be included by the Surveyor. It shall be incumbent on the Surveyor to elicit and invite public information (if necessary) to the management of the religious places for a detailed inquiry into their ownership, possession etc. and the exact extent of property belonging to or appurtenant to the religious place, as also nature and extent of encroachments by illegal occupants. The decision of the Surveyor whether a particular place and its property is or not a religious place of Hindus of Kashmir shall, subject to any order made by the Governing Board/ Government cover on appeal, be final. Any person aggrieved by an order of the Surveyor may prefer an appeal to the Governing Board within 60 days from the date of the publication of the list in the Gazette. Notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force and save as otherwise provided in this Act, no Civil Court shall have jurisdiction to settle, decide or deal with any question or to determine any matter which is by or under this Act, required to be settled, decided or dealt with or determined by the Surveyor General.

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Publication of list of Religious places and their properties: (i) On receipt of a report under sub-section (3) of section 6, the Governing Board shall publish the preliminary report of the Surveyor to invite public objections within a period of sixty days. (ii) The Governing Board shall give sufficient opportunity to the concerned parties to explain their objections in person. (iii) The decision of the Governing Boar d shall be applicable to the Union Territory Government. (iv) The report published under sub-section (l) of Section 7 shall be re -notified as modified in pursuance of a decision of the Governing Board or the Union Territory Government in appeal, and shall then be considered to be final and conclusive. (v) The Governing Board shall put in a detailed exercise to ascertain the pattern of damage done to Genocide victim habitats, burnt residential houses and commercial places therewith any other similar or such pattern of destruction including the detailed report on distress Sale of properties of Hindus of Kashmir which are restrained by J&K Migrant Immoveable Property (preservation, protection and restraint on Distress Sales) Act 1997 along with the detail of the properties encroached.

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