BJP opposes shifting of RoC office to Valley
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Jammu, July 16: Expressing concern over the move of the Union government to shift the Registrar of Companies (RoC) Office from Jammu winter capital city to Kashmir valley, the BJP today said there is no logic in such a decision.
"We express grave concern over the move of the Union government to shift the Registrar of Companies Office from Jammu to Kashmir valley. We are against it. There is no logic in such a decision", state general secretary Sat Sharma said here today.
Sharma said that the number of corporate professionals working in the Jammu region was more than 80 per cent of the total professionals working in the state. "The companies having their offices in the Jammu region are again more than 2300 and the companies in the Kashmir region are around 1300. The Jammu region is the main industrial hub in the state", he said.
Sharma said that the state of turmoil, long lasting strikes, stone pelting in Kashmir would interrupt the services of the ROC and Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA).
"Also it would be impossible for other stakeholder to approach ROC offices in such a condition. The fact is not hidden from any one that during the past 5 years, the mode of protests in Kashmir has changed and the frequency of agitations in Kashmir has increased", he said.
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