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Sri Pratap Reforms Regulation No. IV of 1922

Legal Document No 40

I accord sanction to Sri Pratap Reforms Regulation, first part, as a tentative measure for one year. It will come into force from the date the first Council meeting of the Executive Council sits. This order should be published in the State Gazette.

Whereas, in view of the stage of evolution which the Administration of the J&K State has reached, it is expedient to amend its constitution so as to increase the efficiency of the Administration and to afford the means for the association therewith of subjects of the State, it is hereby enacted as follows:

(1) This Regulation may be called the Sri Pratap Reforms. Regulation, 1918.

(2) It shall come into force on and from the date to be fixed in this behalf by His Highness the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir.

CONSTITUTION OF THE J & K STATE COUNCIL

  1. From the date of commencement of this Regulation or from such other date thereafter, as may be specified by His Highness the Maharaja, and Executive Council, hereinafter called "The Jammu and Kashmir State Council" shall be established in the State.
  2. (1) The Jammu and Kashmir State Council shall consist the following Members: Commander-in-Chief and Senior Members, Foreign Member, Revenue Member, Law Member, Home Member. Member for commerce and Industry. (2) Raja Sir Harisingh, the Commander-in-Chief, shall have precedence over the other Members of the Council, the Foreign Member shall stand next, and the other Members according to seniority.
  3. His Highness the Maharaja shall be the president of the Jammu and Kashmir State Council.
  4. The J&K State Council shall also have a Secretary and such establishment as may be deemed necessary.
  5. All matters which, under the existing constitution, require orders of His Highness the Maharaja and cannot other-wise be dealt with by any Member or any other authority under powers delegated to him by virtue of any law, rule, regulation or practice sanctioned by His Highness, shall . in future be submitted to His Highness in the J&K State Council, with the exception of the subjects reserved specially for final disposal by His Highness.
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