Saturday, September 15, 2007

peace projects

THIS RELENTLESS DRUMBEATING ABOUT ‘PEACE’ AND ‘KASHMIRIYAT’, PROJECTS VICTIMS AS CRIMINALS, CRIMINALS AS VICTIMS, COMMENTS NASEER A GANAI


When the philanthropist and Art of Living Guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar visits Kashmir, what should he preach here? Of course what he is preaching elsewhere. So his message was “let us all live peacefully. Let us share each other’s pain.” There is nothing wrong with the message and its content. Here in Kashmir every body yearns for peace and every body wants to live a dignified life. Here nobody is against Kashmiriyat. No one against peace.
But which and what kind of peace and why the State always uses personalities having unblemished record to thrust its peace rhetoric on people whom it has choked so much that they are dying of suffocation. Kashmiriyat is welcome but it sounds an obnoxious discourse when preached by outsiders. Moreover, why should Kashmiris be preached Kashmiriyat and peace. Since 1947, there have been thousands of anti-Muslim riots in various parts of India and Gujrat pogrom is latest example. Nothing that sort has happened in Kashmir. In fact it were Muslim Kashmiri Tangwalas who helped Hindus to reach Jammu safely in 1947 and on way back these Tangwalas were butchered at Nagrota. This is the way we have been paid for our philanthropy. Still we don’t say anything, we don’t cry, but it doesn’t mean we have nothing to say.
Some people here asked the Art of Living Guru Sri Sri why he is preaching peace to people of Jammu and Kashmir, why don’t he preach his peace lessons in Delhi? It is straight talk and time has come when people here should learn to talk in straightforward manner without ambiguity. Yes, why peace to Kashmiris and what peace?
Let the State explain what it means by preaching peace to people. And why it preaches peace to those who are victims of fake encounters, enforced disappearance, custodial deaths, tortures and arrests, utter humiliation, forced labourer and what not? How painful it all is that the people hit by all sides are being asked to maintain peace? For argument’s sake, tell us how come people will maintain peace? The fact is that only the State could bring peace here. So if the State is concerned about the wellbeing of people and want they should live peacefully, it should create atmosphere for people so that they could live peacefully. And first and foremost condition for peace is complete demilitarization. Is State ready for it?

FM and peace
There is nothing wrong if Radio, TV channels spread like STD shops in Kashmir. Let us all hear songs of Mehdi Hassan, Lata, Rafi, Noor Jehan, Mukesh, Kishore and all other great singers from India and Pakistan who are have been our favorites for many decades. Let drivers of minibuses, passenger buses, private-car owners get benefit of information which FM Radio jockeys give after every three seconds regarding closure of road, traffic jams, traffic restriction. Let us watch good and beautiful movies. But things turn topsy-turvy when the State projects everything as “yearning for peace.” Why in Kashmir blinking of an eye becomes message for peace? You open a Radio Station, it is a “sign for peace”, you hear Lata’ Song it is “yearning for peace” you walk with a girl, “it sign of normalcy”, you dress up nicely, “it is desire for peaceful life.” What peace and which peace no one explains us.
It is so frustrating and so irritating when this peace rhetoric is being forced upon us repeatedly. By repeating peace slogans the State is trying to project itself as victim and people of Jammu and Kashmir as aggressor and anti-peace.
Those who visit Kashmir to preach peace to people here should not be blamed for. But far great responsibility lies on them also. They are not ordinary personalities. They are the people who are being looked upto and venerated everywhere. So they should first understand what is ground situation in Jammu and Kashmir. They should also peep into history of this place to know who has disturbed peace in Jammu and Kashmir. Or else they will always have to face some uncomfortable questions.
Every statement whether it comes from a politician and great personalities like Sri Sri becomes political statement here even it is about peace. “I have no readymade solution for you. If there has to be solution for Kashmir, it has to come from within. We all have to sit together and find a way out in the atmosphere of understanding and love,” said Sri Sri. He further said, “Any solution should take into account the inter-dependence of the present world as independence is not remedy of all our ills.”
Now don’t ask that the statement have nothing do with politics. If politics is to be discussed then let us discuss it seriously and remind them something, which they don’t want to hear now. “As the House knows, we have decided right at the beginning that we are agreeable to a plebiscite in which all the people of Jammu and Kashmir will take part. We are resolved not to dishonor this pledge we have given to the people of India and therefore, we shall persue policy accordingly… We do not want to win the people against their will and if people of Jammu and Kashmir want to part company with us they can go their way and we shall go ours.” This is what Nehru told Parliament on August 7, 1952.
And on August 9, 1953 Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah the then Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir was arrested and put behind bars for hatching conspiracy with Pakistan. This is the way you fulfill your pledges. You went to UN seeking its intervention and now you describe its resolutions as obsolete and at the same time have no qualms in seeking seat in Security Council of the same UN. In past 56 years you didn’t allow to open Mughal road, created mistrust between Muslims of Jammu and Kashmir, divided them in the name Paharis, Gujars, Kashmiris, Kargilies and you are telling Kashmiris that they have disturbed peace. No way. Check out the records to see who has disturbed peace here. Those who point fingers on Kashmiris will find themselves in the dock.

Who need peace lessons?
Those who preach peace to people here should listen to their own people. Omer Abdullah, former Foreign Minister of India is on record saying that Kashmiris are being implicated and accused Delhi police of falsely booking Kashmiris under frivolous charges. Ghulam Hassan Mir, former Minister while speaking in Assembly during debate on fake encounter killings in Budget Session as described all those killed in the fake encounters “martyrs.” And Ali Muhammad Sagar accused the State of committing genocide of people of Jammu and Kashmir.
These are people who don’t demand Right to Self Determination. They swear by the constitution of India. So it would serve a great deal to the State, if it heeds their advice and bring dignitaries to preach peace lesson to its law enforcing agencies not to people of Jammu and Kashmir.
And if the State want to continue with its peace projects then it has to change strategy. It should change the venue. Instead of Srinagar, it should organize these programmes in Delhi. Not to sensitize intellectuals and policy makers there! Delhi based Intellectuals and policy makers are already programmed and they say only one those things, which the State wants to hear. So no danger of perturbing questions. The full projects sans peace will not face any kind of risk of unwarranted questions there. So next time we expect that the State will preach peace in New Delhi. Preaching peace and Kashmiriyat to Kashmiris is like training guns on people and telling them to say loudly “peace and Kashmiriyat” or else be ready for consequences. The people will say it but at the same time when you remove your gun from their head, even for a short while, they will demand peace with justice.

Monday, September 3, 2007

Islamic University: Where Muftis, Alims learn how to speak and write English

Naseer A Ganai
Awantipora, Sept 15: Eighteen Alims, two Muftis, who have secured Alim, Mufti degrees from Dar-ul-Uloom Devband, Jamia Nagar and other prestigious Islamic seminaries, are being taught Intensive English Language Course by lecturers here in Islamic University of Science and Technology.
The students have progressive outlook and it does not bother them who is their teacher. “I am here to seek knowledge and I hope after completion of the course, I will be able to speak English fluently,” says Khursheed Aalam, 29.
Sporting long beard, and wearing Khandress, Khursheed is not an ordinary student. He has secured Alim degree from Dar-ul-uloom Devband and later he went to Dar-uloom Jamnagar in Gujrat and secured Mufti degree. “I am here to learn English, which is international language and is must for everyone, particularly for us,” he says.
Syed Rubina, 24, lecturer, describes her students as different. “They are not like other students of the University. They are learned, well read and I respect them. They are obedient, hardworking and inquisitive and I am confident they will be in position to speak English after completion of their course,” she says.
Muhammad Qasim, who hails from Rajouri, was the first student who visited the University to inquire about the subject some five months ago. He met Shazana Andrabi, Assistant Registrar PR cell and asked her about the admission procedure. “I remember he was first student who submitted application about the course and told us to inform him when admission process will start,” recalls Andrabi.
Qasim, who has secured Alim degree from Dar-uloom Devband, finally got the admission in the University, when the University started enrollment for various courses some three months ago.
He says when he heard about the Islamic University, he thought he should visit the place and apply for M.A Arabic course. “Here I was suggested to go for Intensive Course in English and I think it was right decision.”
The course, he says, will help him to put his point across to those who only understand this language.
Moreover, the degree will also help the students to apply for various jobs as well, argues Qasim.
Some students however have other plans. Ejaz Ahmad, who has Alim Degree from Idarah Tehqique Islamia (Institute of Islamic Studies) Islamabad, says after completion of the degree he will seek admission in M.A Arabic. “And then I will move out and visit Islamic world,” he adds.
The University started the course for those students who wish to enroll in MA course but are not eligible due to their lack of familiarity with English. The University however will award a diploma in English after the student demonstrates by passing what the University authorities say, “TOCEL”. “Passing Test of Competence in English Language (TOCEL) is must for getting diploma,” says Rubina.
Now move to the Department of Arabic. It is not all about theory. Dr. Majid Andrabi and Arif Qazi, lecturers in the department are eager to talk about what M.A Arabic in Islamic University of Science and Technology means. “Apart from classical Arabic, the students here are being taught modern spoken Arabic, functional grammar, translation and computers. Moreover, we have already spoken to some 22 Islamic countries asking them to adjust our boys after they complete the degree,” they said.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

ARE WE IN FOR A DISASTER OR THERE IS A REVOLUTION IN THE OFFING

COMMENTS NASEER A GANAI
Leader of opposition and senior National Conference leader Abdul Rahim Rather while speaking in a debate on Human Rights in summer session of Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir warned government of serious consequences if it continues its what he calls ‘indifferent approach’ towards issue of human rights.
“I should tell you if human rights violations continue, tomorrow we would not get time to rectify it.” Rather, who is a senior politician and has remained Finance Minister for 17 years, said. He didn’t explicitly elaborate the statement for obvious reasons. But he was pointing at something that is not difficult to understand. Unrest is growing in Kashmir. People, who have been pushed to wall, are reacting to the incidents in what some people would describe as “insane.” People react without fearing for consequences. “They can only kill us. What else they can do” seems new mantra of youth who have seen guns all around since 1989.
They have seen cross firings; encounter killings, fake encounter killings, arrests and frisking. They have seen Kashmir police, CRPF, BSF, SOG, Army, RR. The state deploys troops to quell uprising and to silence the agitators but it seems in case of Jammu and Kashmir they have been used to contain population. A huge presence of troops is a source of constant harassment for the people. And when troops who are close to civilian areas indulge in human rights they come on streets to lodge protest, block roads and demand justice. Over the years it has been seen that people even don’t bury the body till government ensures justice by coming heavy on the ones unleashing their anger by pelting stones on bunkers. In rural areas it has been seen that protests are not only being monitored but shot by the army units. Still people dare to come out against troops and the government.
But can anything come out of these anti-government or pro-freedom protests? Some would describe the protests and demonstrations as sign of frustration and normal law and order problem. But case is not so simple. Now situation is different. People here dare to parade army personnel. They now take on police, confront CRPF cops and tell them on their face that enough is enough. So one should read writings on wall.

Kashmiri a Martial race
Many would argue that Kashmiris are not martial race and thus can tolerate anything. But now people here have different views about themselves. A few days ago there was a heated debate between some youth with one arguing that Kashmiris have confronted everyone and still they are living.
Of course Kashmiris over the years have confronted everyone and still they are alive and at present they are giving tough time to New Delhi asking it to fulfill promises made by it with Kashmiris in 1947. Sixty years down the line Kashmiris have not resigned to their fate. They haven’t given-up. And just cite example of any other community or race, which has such a proud history of Resistance. Perhaps you won’t find anyone. If in Afghanistan or in Punjab people have great tradition and they have not succumbed before anyone, so have not Kashmiris. Infact Kashmiris have locked India in Kashmir Valley. For 60 years, Kashmiris have kept India engaged in Kashmir and thus in a way confined its role to the subcontinent. So what else tribute they need and require.
Here in Valley after every two meters, there is a security man guarding each and every movement of indifferent Kashmiri. Bunkers, frisking, raids, arrests are nothing but tools of the State to make people understand that they will have to face serious consequences “if they fail to adhere to established norms.” But when you overuse forces, it tires people, makes them indifferent and when you continue your practice of overusing them, it not only frustrates people but also politicians. That is why Muftis, Abdullahs join troop withdrawal bandwagon.
Presence of troops has become part of daily chorus of common man. It is part of soldier’s life also. He asks questions, seeks answers, demands identity cards, looks at ID cards photos and then indifferently asks person concerned to go. But there are times when he grills people, asks them strange questions. This routine becomes very bad business when untoward incident happens, like that of Bandipora. Or in case, there is a shootout.
A retired colonel in Hindustan Times in an article argued that troops are trained to kill and once they are placed in civilian areas and then shootouts take place, it becomes difficult for them to shoot in air. That they are not trained to disperse people. That they are trained to kill known enemy. That it is absurd for a solider to shoot in air, he had argued. Thus when human rights violation takes place people react sharply. They even dare to catch the erring solider as happened in Bandipora. It simply shows that the people who have been caged are now feeling frustrated and are desperate to get out of it. They are reacting what reasonable persons may consider as “unreasonable way.” But when people don’t have any outlet to vent their anger what should they do? They consider these bunkers as posts of oppression and occupation and hence they pelt stones on them and in rage they want to overrun the bunkers housing troops.

Genocide or mass revolt
At present the anger of people is confined to only those areas where incidents do take place. But the speed with which people express their anger shows that tomorrow it might become mass movement with everyone joining people of Handwara or Bandipora. This time people would not have guns in their hands but simple courage and fearlessness. “That what can they do except killing us.” This attitude either would lead to mass revolt. Or it may lead to serious retaliation from the State. The confrontation might lead to revolution or massacre of tens of thousands of people at large scale. Can we say we are at that dangerous point as patience of people is waning with every passing day and New Delhi is not ready to give anything? Perhaps yes. Things might take different turn and history different course, if the stalemate continues. Anything could happen. Either a massacre, a mass scale killing of desperate people who want to breath or a revolt which would force New Delhi to understand ground realities.
But before things take an ugly turn, New Delhi could take steps to avoid catastrophe. It should understand that here youth fears none. Neither guns nor tanks. So it should give peace a chance. It should demilitarize Jammu and Kashmir. You will not have peace in a militarized area. By going for demilitarization New Delhi would increase stakes of people in peace. This can be achieved by opening road links and allowing trade with China and Pakistan. The boom in economy will ensure prosperity and peace, and just solution of the Kashmir dispute will ensure political stability. India and Pakistan has great future. So has Kashmir, if only New Delhi takes lead and rises above petty politics of “infiltration up and down.” This is, it seems, only way to avoid dire consequences of which Rahim Rather in Assembly warned of.

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Muslims a minority in Govt services in Muslim majority state

*Most HODs non-Muslims; no Muslim heads vital departments like Home, Finance and Planning, Health, Industry and Works

*Since 1947, out of 24 only 8 Chief Secretaries from the majority community

Naseer A Ganai

Srinagar, May 1: While the Sachar Committee report has painted a dismal picture of the condition of Indian Muslims, the plight of the community in Jammu and Kashmir, according to senior government officials is no better. Muslims figure at bottom when it comes to their share in the state administration. And to top it, they’re a distant minority in the top bureaucratic positions.

Official sources said out of 63 IAS officers–both direct and inducted–30 are Muslims, 28 Hindus, three Sikhs and two Buddhists. Muslim representation in the present top bureaucratic line up is zero. Most of the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries of the state happen to be non-Muslims. No Muslim bureaucrat heads important departments like Home, Finance and Planning, Health, Industry, and Works. The only senior-most Muslim IAS officers are Iqbal Khandey and Khurshid Ahmed Ganai. While Ladakh region has had its first Chief Secretary in the shape of the incumbent C Phunsong, only eight of the 24 CS’ since 1947 were Muslims.

Situation in the police department is worse.

Since 1914, when the post of J&K police chief was first created by the then Maharaja of Kashmir, the state had only two Muslim police chiefs. In fact from 1914 to 1979, no police chief was a Muslim. The situation was no different till last year. The state’s seven DGPs and five ADGP rank officers are non-Muslims and only four of 15 IGP ranks are Muslims.

And down the line in police, there’re only six Muslims among the 15 DIGs and only 26 among 87 SSPs. Muslims form less than one-third of the IPS officers. Out of 111 IPS officers, only 33 are Muslims who include an IPS officer of Bihar cadre, Abdul Gani Mir who was repatriated to the state last year.

Though the state’s civil service, the Kashmir Administrative Services (KAS) shows somewhat different picture, it won’t remain the same for long. Out of 343 officers, 217 are Muslims. But if the last two KAS results are anything to go by, this will also change soon.

Muslims form a small percentage of the candidates who passed the two KAS exams held in the past five years. In 2001, for example, only 80 out of the 208 successful candidates were Muslims. Similarly in 2004, of a total of 137 successful candidates only 62 were Muslims.

The question is not only how many Muslims are there at higher position but how many are there from the Jammu and Kashmir state at the decision making level. Of course the Chief Secretary is from Ladakh but what about the rest of the top-level bureaucracy?

Top two officers presently holding principal secretary position are non-locals. They are Ajit Kumar and SB Mathur. The financial commissioner BR Singh and Principal Secretary Agriculture Satinder Singh too are non-locals. Manu Des Lupin, Additional Secretary Agriculture, Government of India, is on deputation in the state, and Sham Singh Kupur, presently Principal Secretary Planning is also a non- state subject.

AS Sidhu, Samuel Vergese, Madav Lal, Babu Lal Navesh, Pankaj Jain, Dr Arun Kumar, Sonali Kumar, and PG Dharchakerverty are Principal Secretaries heading different departments. They are all non-state subjects.

Now have a look at the Commissioner Secretaries who are from the state: Brij Raj Sharma, Promod Jain, Atul Dulu, Basharat Ahmad Dhar, Devender Nagrotra, and Mehbood Iqbal. The number of Commissioner Secretaries from other parts of India is 10. They are: KB Agarwal, BB Vyas, Lokesh Jha, Suresh Kumar, Pradeep Tripathi, Sudesh Panday, Sandeer Naik, Arun Kumar Malhotra, Umang Narola, and RK Gowel.

The non-local Secretaries are: Shant Munu, Shailendra Kumar, Vipul Pathak, AK Parimar, and Deeraj Gupta.

However, some officials of the Public Service Commission, attribute the growing low percentage of candidates from Valley in administrative services to “lack of interest” among the Valley candidates in the KAS examinations. A senior PSC official said that in July 2005 some 7000 candidates from Valley appeared for the preliminary examination. From Jammu, 11,000 appeared. Some even attribute low percentage of Muslims in government services to “lack of Muslim educated class” in the state.

But the opinion runs contrary to the findings of the Sachar Committee report which paints an encouraging picture of the educational status of the Valley Muslims.

According to the report, the primary class enrolment of Muslim children exceeded 5.3 lakh last year with the boy-girl ratio a healthy 50.3: 49.7. The number of Muslim male literates has increased by 25 percent and the women by 23 percent over the past two decades, revealed the Sachar Committee findings.

Besides, Kashmir produces more than 16,000 Muslim graduates every year and the number of postgraduates crosses 3,000 annually. The figure for female students pursuing higher education is also encouraging. Of the 57,000 students enrolled in colleges, more than 25,000 are girls.

On the contrary, despite the hullabaloo about the proliferation of Islamic seminaries across the Valley, only 2691 students–950 of them girls—are enrolled in the Darul Ulooms.

 

 

 

In Box

List of IAS Officers of J&K cadre as on 11.11.2005

 

 

In Box

List of IAS Officers of J&K cadre as on 11.11.2005

 

S.No.

Name of the officer

 

S/Shri

1.

Ajit Kumar  

2.

Amit Kushari

3.

Vijay Bakaya

4.

Sohan Behari Mathur

5

Birinder Raj Singh

6

Gurmukh Das Wadhwa

7.

Chewang Phunsog

8.

Balwant Rai Kundal

9

Sadanand V. Bhave.

10

Satinder Singh Sahni.

11

S.Maria Desalphine.

12

Sham Singh Kapur.

13

Azmer Singh Sidhu.

15

Samuel Verghese.

16

Madhav Lal

17

Parvez Dewan

 

18

Babu Lal Nimesh

19

Anil Goswami

20

Pankaj Jain

21

Mohammad Iqbal Khanday.

22

Dr. Arun Kumar

23

Mrs. Sonali Kumar

24

Prabodh Gopal Dhar Chakraborty

25

Dr.Ravi Kulbushan Jerath

26

Ashok Kumar Angurana

27

Khurshid Ahmed Ganai

28

Brij Raj Sharma

29

Krishan Ballabh Agarwal

30

Pramod Kumar Jain

31

Bharat Bushan Vyas

32

Rakesh Kumar Gupta

33

Lokesh Dutt Jha

34

Suresh Kumar

35

Pradip Kumar Tripathi

36

Sudhanshu Panday

37

Sandeep Kumar Nayak

38

Arun Kumar Mehta

39

Khurshid Ahmad Malik

40

Najamus Saqib

41

Atal D                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ulloo

42

Umang Narulla

43

Basharat Ahmad Dhar

44

Devinder Nargotra

45

Mohammad Manzoor Bhat

46

Sham Lal

47

Raj Kumar Goyal.

48

Mehboob Iqbal

50

.Dr. Mohammed Deen

51

Shant Manu.

52

Shaleen Kabra

53

Bipul Pathak

54

Ashok Kumar  Parmar

55

K.R.Padha.

56

A.K.Garyali

57

S. Charanjit Singh

58

Dheeraj Gupta

59

Asgar Hassan Samoon

60

N.K.Verma

61

K.M.Wani

62

Khalid Habib

63

Ms  Naseem Lanker

 

64

Dalip Singh

 

65

P.S.Betab

66

M.H.Samoon

67

Abdul Hamid

68

Navin Kumar Choudhary

 

69

Dr.Pawan Kotwal

 

70.

Rohit Kansal

71

Shalender Kumar

 

72

Sheikh Nisar Ahmad

 

73

M.S.Khan

 

74

K.B.Jandial

75

Ghulam Ahmad Peer

76

R.K.Thusu

77

A.K.Raina

 

79

Ms.  Tanveer Jehan.

80

Syed Fazalullah

81

Azad Ahmad Lone

82

Jeet Lal Gupta

83

V.K.Bakshi

84

Bishen Dass Sharma

85

Bashir Ahmad Khawaja

86

Gowhar Ahmed

87

Pradeep Gupta

88

B.A.Runiyal

89

Sheikh Ejaz Iqbal

90

Farooq Ahmad Pir

91

Yedullah

92

Smt. Sunita Sharma

93.

Abdul Hamid Wani

94

Bua Ditta

95

Kachoo Isfandyar Khan

96

Tashi Dorjee

97

Manoj Kumar Dwivedi

98

Hirdesh Kumar

99

Mrs. Sarita Chauhan

100

Sanjeev Verma

 

101

Dr. Mandeep K. Bhandari

 

102

Saurabh Bhagat

103

Ajeet Kumar Sahu

104

Ghulam Hassan Tantray`

105

Mandeep Kaur

106

Pandering Kondabarao Pole

107

M. Raju

108

Shalini Singh

 

 

List of IAS Officers of Jammu and Kashmir

Cadre on Central Deputation as on 01.01.2005

S.

No.

Name of the officer

1.

Chewang Phunsog

2

Shiban Lal Bhat

3

Pankaj Jain

4

P.G.Dhar Chakorbhorty

5

Ashok Kumar Angurana

6

Krishan Ballabh Agarwal

7

P.K. Tripathi

8

Suresh Kumar

9

Sudhanshu Panday

10

Sandeep Kumar Nayak

11

Raj Kumar Goyal.

12

Shant Manu.

13

Shaleen Kabra

14

Bipul Pathak

15

Navin Kumar Choudhary

 

 

INCUMBENCY POSITION OF some of THE IAS OFFICERS OF J&K AS on 01-01-2005

S.No.

Name of the Officer

Date of Retirement

 

 

 

01.

Khurshid Ahmad Malik

30.04.2006

02.

Mumtaz Afzal

31.03.2005

03.

Najamus Saqib

30.11.2006

04.

Basarat Ahmad Dhar

31.12.2011

05.

Harbajan Singh

31.05.2005

06.

Davinder Nargotra

31.10.2001

07.

Mohammad Manzoor Bhat

30.06.2006

08.

Sham Lal

31.03.2006

09.

Feroz Ahmad

31.10.2005

10.

Mehboob Iqbal

30.11.2011

11.

S.Mahajan

31.01.2005

12.

Dr.Mohammad Deen

31.12.2006

13.

K.R.Padha

30.06.2007

14.

A.K.Garyali

31.08.2007

15.

S.Charanjit Singh

31.05.2006

16.

N.K.Verma

31.05.2010

17.

Khazir Mohammad Wani

31.03.2009

18.

Khalid Habib

31.07.2009

19.

Mtr.Naseem Lanker

28.02.2012*

20.

Dalip Singh

28.02.2009*

21.

Pritpal singh Betab

31.05.2009

22.

M.H.Samoon

31.08.2009

23.

Abdul Hamid

31.05.2011

24.

Sheikh Nisar Ahmad

31.10.2007

25.

M.S.Khan

31.01.2007

26.

K.B.Jandial

30.11.2009

27.

Ghulam ahmad Peer

31.03.2012

28.

R.K.Thusu

31.03.2010

29.

A.K.Raina

30.04.2012

30.

Tanveer Jehan

31.08.2015

31.

Syed Fazalullah

 

32.

Azad Ahmad Lone

31.03.2014

33.

Jeet Lal Gupta

31.08.2013

34.

V.K.Bakshi

31.01.2010

35.

Bishen Dass

31.10.2012

36.

Bashir Ahmad Khawaja

31.12.2010

37.

Gowhar Ahmaed

31.05.2012

38

.Pradeep Gupta

31.07.2013

39.

B.A.Runiyal

31.03.2013

40.

Sheikh Ejaz Iqbal

31.10.2013

41.

Farooq Ahmad Pir

30.04.2014

42.

Yedullah

31.05.2013

43.

Sunita Sharma

31.08.2012

44.

Abdul Hamid

31.03.2012

45.

Bua Ditta

31.05.2012

46.

Kachoo Isfandyar Khan

31.01.2012

47.

Tashi Dorjee

31.05.2011

48.

Ghulam Hassan Tantray

30.04,.2014