The country’s central government has announced the cancellation of the 370 article of the Constitution by cancelling the special status of Kashmir state. The session of the upper chamber of the Indian Parliament began at the morning of Monday local time. After that, India’s interior minister Amit Shah announced the abolition of article 370 of the Constitution. An order issued by President Ram Nath Kovind in the fall. At this time, opponents burst into protest. Due to the extinction of the 370 article, the special status of the people of Jammu Kashmir, including its constitution, its decision-making powers, was revoked. The country’s interior minister made a declaration in the ongoing tension surrounding Kashmir. Which has lost the dignity of the State of Jammu and Kashmir. As a result, Jammu and Kashmir will now be under the central rule of India.
Amit Shah said there will be two separate unions divided by Jammu and Kashmir. It will not be a separate kingdom. Will be part of Central India.
Meanwhile, Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah, the two former Jammu and Kashmir chief ministers, have been put under house arrest. Besides, the house was held under the leadership of the state’s top leader, Sajad Lall. They were put under house arrest yesterday night.
Meanwhile, 144 sections have been issued in Srinagar since the deep night yesterday. 144 clauses will be issued until further orders. The situation in Kashmir has been raised to a new crisis. In a Twitter message, the former chief minister of the House of Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti, said that today marked a ‘ black day ‘ in the history of Indian democracy. The unilateral decision taken by the Indian government is illegal. This is contrary to the Constitution of the country. The fate of the government would be decided by the sub-continent.
He also said it was very clear why the Government took such a decision. They want the kingdom to occupy the hinterland. India has finally failed to defend its commitment to Kashmir.
In a tweet, Omar Abdullah, who was the house-under-secretary, called for Peace and order in the Jammu-Kashmir state.
International desk, Monday, 05 August, H B News