Top 5 ways in which Amit Shah changed Jammu and Kashmir forever
Amit Shah proposal on Jammu and Kashmir involves the scrapping of Article 370. The Narendra Modi Government today tabled the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill indicating that the state is no longer special and that its status is on par with those of other states in the Union.
Home Minister Amit Shah made a historic declaration today on Jammu and Kashmir and Article 370. The Narendra Modi Government today tabled the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill indicating that it is no longer a special state and it is the Indian Constitution that is supreme there as well. While tabling the bill, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that Article 370 will be removed and the state will be bifurcated into two parts — Jammu and Kashmir state and Union Territory Ladakh. So, from now onwards, the Jammu and Kashmir state is no more an autonomous state and the state will be like any other state.
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Here are the top 5 reasons which establish that Jammu and Kashmir is no more a special state:
1] From now on, Indian tricolor would be the national flag of Jammu and Kashmir as well;
2] From now on, the Indian Parliament can increase or decrease borders of Jammu and Kashmir state;
3] Central government will have its say beyond defense, foreign affairs and communications.
4] Like any other state, provisions of Article 238 shall now apply in Jammu and Kashmir; and
5] India has one nation one constitution norm, which is now applicable on Jammu and Kashmir as well.
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