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SC Considers Centres Response on Setting Up of Minority Panel in J&K - (13 Mar 2018)

Supreme Court has taken note of the Centres response that the Jammu and Kashmir government has indicated that it would consider setting up of a state minority commission and disposed of a PIL alleging that the benefits accruing to minorities there were being taken away by majority Muslim community.

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