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Shifting of ROC from Jammu, discrimination with Jammu: BJP
JAMMU, Jul 16: The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has expressed its grave concern over the move of the Union government to shift Registrar of Companies (ROC) Office from Jammu to Kashmir and said that there is no logic in such a decision.

These views were expressed by Sat Sharma, BJP general secretary while interacting with the CA Cell convener, Deepak Kapahi and other Chartered Accountant members Ritish Gupta, Jitesh Arora, Satish Kumar, Naresh Kapahi, Deepak Gupta, Vishal Romehtra, Nitin Mahajan and Amit Gupta, who called upon him to hand over the representation on behalf of BJP CA Cell containing the detailed grievances of the Chartered Accountants and companies registered in Jammu.

Sat Sharma, gave a patient hearing to the concerned Chartered Accountants and said that that the state of turmoil, long lasting strikes, stone pelting would interrupt the services of Registrar of Companies (ROC) and Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Also it would be impossible for other stakeholders to approach ROC offices in such a condition.

All other government offices including Reserve Bank of India, Directorate General of Foreign Trade, CPWD, State Bank of India, other public and private sector banks, Life Insurance Corporation of India and companies are located at Jammu.

He said that The people of Jammu region have suffered worst kind of discrimination and exploitation in all the spheres of socio-political life, and faced indifferent attitude of Government of India. There are attempts to distort the geographical, political and cultural identity of Jammu region.

Sat Sharma warned the Union government to desist from taking anti-Jammu decision as the same has the potential of inviting public anger and resentment.

News Updated at : Tuesday, July 17, 2012
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