The removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir has completed one year. The politics of the country has once again been warmed over this matter. In fact, all the major parties of Jammu and Kashmir talked about coming together on the issue of Article 370 and on Saturday issued a declaration in this regard. Explain that the declaration form has been prepared to restore Article 370 to the state. These include Farooq Abdullah of the National Conference, Mehbooba Mufti of PDP, GA Mir of JKPCC, MY Tarigami of CPI-M, Sajjad Gani Lone of JKPC, Muzaffar Shah of JKNC.
Political parties have demanded that the government restore the status quo in Jammu and Kashmir by implementing Article 370. The announcement made by the parties has been welcomed by Congress leader and former Union Minister P Chidambaram. Chidambaram has saluted the six parties which have tried to unite against this decision of the Center.The former Union Minister has tweeted that a salute to the unity and courage of the six mainstream opposition parties who united yesterday (on Saturday) to fight against the repeal of Article 370. Six political parties, including the National Conference and its arch-rival PDP, issued a resolution clarifying that ‘nothing can happen about us without us’.
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This statement is a clear indication that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have to be taken into confidence before the Center can implement any constitutional changes. These political parties called the repeal of the special status obtained by the former state under Article 370 of the Constitution a ‘malicious short-sighted’ and ‘absolutely unconstitutional’ step and resolved to make a joint effort to restore the status before August 5 of last year .
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Chidambaram wrote, I appeal to him to stand up fully with his demand. Ignore the factless criticism of self-proclaimed nationalists who do not read history but try to rewrite history. “He wrote,” The Constitution of India contains many examples of special provisions for states and unequal distribution of power. . If the government is against special provisions then how will it resolve Naga issues?
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