India Removes Special Status to Jammu & Kashmir by Scrapping Article 370 and 35 A of Constitution

How Pakistan and India's Opposition Political Parties are reacting on removal of Article 370 and 35 A

1- Chidambaram calls it monumental blunder.
2- Gulam Nabi Azad calls it Article was incorporated in presence of Sardar Patel.
3- Mehbooba says India has taken out Jinn from Bottle without knowing how to put it back in bottle.
4- PoK protests.
5- Pakistan Army calls an emergency meet tomorrow.
6- Pakistan calls special joint session of parliament tomorrow.

How India and ruling party is reacting-

1- Home Minister Amit Shah gives an impressive speech in parliament in favor of removal of Article 370 and 35 A

2- Rajya Sabha passes Jammu Kashmir Reservation Bill

3- Rajya Sabha passes Jammu Kashmir bifurcation bill dividing existing state in J & K and Laddakh. Both will be UNION Territories .

4- People are visiting this historic and decisive moment of constitutional history of India.

5- Jammu and Kashmir were annexed to India through a written agreement between Maharaja Hari Singh and then Indian Prime Minister Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru.

6-Article 370 which was added in constitution by constituent assembly on November 25,1949 grants special status to J & K where Central Government can not intervene in J & K Affairs except in few portfolios and matters like defense and finance while 35 A which was added as a Presidential Order in 1954 gives special provision to residents of J & K.

7- Many believe that Article 370 and 35 A are reasons behind corruption,terrorism and two flags,two constitution and two political heads in India.

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