NEWS ABOUT JAMMU KASHMIR

NEWS ABOUT JAMMU KASHMIR

The sudden surge in Jammu and Kashmir has raised a lot of questions in the minds of the people about what is finally going to happen. At the same time the question has been raised in Article 370 of the Constitution in the minds of the people. Finally, let's talk about Article 370 and how Jammu gives Kashmir a special state status today.

What is Article 35A?


35A was added to the Constitution in 1954 by means of a Presidential order. Article 35A empowers the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly to define the definition of 'permanent resident' of the state. Under which special rights have been given to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. The temporary resident has been deprived of that right. A temporary citizen cannot settle in Jammu and Kashmir nor buy any property there. Temporary citizens also do not get government jobs and scholarships in Jammu and Kashmir. They are also not eligible for any kind of government assistance.

What is Article 370?


After the dissolution of India, Sheikh Abdullah assumed power of Jammu and Kashmir. He spoke to the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru about the political relations of Jammu and Kashmir. As a result of this conversation Article 370 was appended to the Constitution. Article 370 grants special rights to Jammu and Kashmir. Under Article 370, the Indian Parliament can legislate for three issues - security, foreign affairs and communications - in Jammu and Kashmir. In addition, the Central Government has to seek the approval of the State Government to enforce any law.

Most importantly, Article 2A is not mentioned in the Constitution of India or Kashmir. This article gives the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir the authority to determine the terminology of a permanent citizen. Article 4 was adopted by President Rajendra Kumar in the Constitution on May 3. This reference is found, but it is not mentioned anywhere in the writing. The demand for making Article 1 a part of the Constitution does not arise in the Constituent Assembly or any committee of Parliament or during its operation. The then government called it part of Article 2. This is how it has been used till date. Article 3 is not found in the Constitution but Article 2 is used by the Kashmir government to enforce it. Accordingly, it is considered as part of the Constitution.




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