Srinagar- The Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board on Tuesday proposed for formation of a Tribunal as per Central Waqf Act to address to the legal matters related to Waqf in the Union Territory.
The proposal for formulation of a Tribunal was presented by Chairperson J&K Waqf Board, Dr Darakhshan Andrabi to the Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha at the Raj Bhavan here on Tuesday, an official spokesperson said.
Andrabi, he said, also apprised the LG about the initiatives taken by Waqf Board for streamlining the Waqf Management System in J&K.
“She further presented her roadmap of transformation within Waqf Board throughout J&K,” he said.
According to the spokesperson, the LG appreciated the decision of Waqf Board to establish a Cancer Hospital in J&K and expressed hope that many such public welfare initiatives will be undertaken by Waqf in future.
“Dr Andrabi also presented a proposal for formation of a Tribunal as per Central Waqf Act to address to the legal matters related to Waqf in J&K. She also sought the intervention of the Lt Governor for resolution of various public issues,” he said.
The LG, he said, assured redressal of genuine issues. Sinha, he said, further urged Dr Andrabi to continue her endeavours of public service.
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