Srinagar: The J&K Government is in the process of reviewing the existing Cooperative Laws including J&K Cooperative Societies Act-1989 and J&K Self Reliant Cooperative Act-1999 and the Rules thereof.
Accordingly, the Government vide Order No: 02-Coop of 2017 dated: 10.01.2017 has constituted a High Level Committee with the mandate to undertake a comprehensive review of these laws, an official spokesperson said.
The Committee in its meetings held on 14th and 20th January 2017 decided to seek views/suggestions from public in general and cooperative stakeholders/interested persons in particular regarding the issue.
According to a statement issued by the Assistant Registrar (Hqr), Cooperative Societies, J&K, any person/s, institution/s/Cooperative Societies interested to suggest their views may deliver the same personally or send it to the office of Registrar Cooperative Societies, J&K, (Rajinder Nagar Phase-I Bantalab Jammu or Cooperative Complex SDA Colony Bemina Srinagar upto 02:00 PM on 27.01.2017.
The same can be also emailed on [email protected]
According to the statement, the interested persons/institutions/ Cooperative Societies can also interact with the members of the Committee on the date and time by prior confirmation from the Registrar Cooperative Societies, J&K, Jammu.
They can also contact Member Secretary of the Committee (Assistant Registrar Hqr) in the office of Registrar Cooperative Societies, J&K, Jammu on Mobile No.9906641190.
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