Dr Pradip T Wakode


The present research paper throws light on consequences of deletion of Article 370 and 35 (a) about
Jammu and Kashmir and 35 (a) by the existing Government of Bharatiya Janata Party on August 5, 2019.
In the same decision, while terminating the status of Jammu & Kashmir as a constituent state of the Indian federal state into two
Union Territory states i.e. Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, has the existing government complied with the constitutional provisions
and code? Likewise, was this decision worthwhile in the current situation? The research article examines a thorough overview
of the impact of this decision on the people of Kashmir as well as on India and international affair. The reasons given by the
present government in support of this decision i.e. it is because of the repeal of this clause that the people of Jammu and
Kashmir would come in the mainstream. Indian National Security Advisor, Shri Ajit Dowal said that the decision was supported
by 92 per cent of the people living in Kashmir Valley. The government said that the industrial development of Jammu and
Kashmir, the development of the backward classes as well as the Dalits and tribals would take pickup and women would get
judicial rights. Jammu and Kashmir will be free from corruption. There will be an increase in the growth rate. The review is
conducted in the present article. The ndings presented in the research paper presented. Was there really a demand for the
people of the country to repeal Article 30 and 35 (a) of Jammu and Kashmir? Or was it the need of the Bharatiya Janata Party and
the pro-Hindu organizations that were involved in the government? What are the national benets of this decision? It has also
reviewed the ndings regarding the political benets of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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Daily Lokmat: Editorial, August 28, 2019

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