Jammu and Kashmir has these 5 privileges, which other states of India do not have, know in detail
Article 14A was added to the Constitution on May 14, 1954, which gave Jammu and Kashmir some other privileges, which other states of the country do not have at present. There are 29 states and 7 Union Territories in India, but one state is Jammu and Kashmir which has special privileges. The state has many qualities of its own, but Jammu and Kashmir’s two sayings make it different from other states of the country. One is paragraph 370 and the other is paragraph 35A.
According to the Delhi Agreement in 1952, the State of Jammu and Kashmir got special rights, then Article 35A was added to the Constitution on May 14, 1954, which gave Jammu and Kashmir some other privileges which were not given to other states of the country.
Five privileges of Jammu and Kashmir ……
1. Double citizenship
The citizens of Jammu and Kashmir have got double citizenship. That is, the people of Jammu and Kashmir are citizens of Jammu and Kashmir, and they are also citizens of India. That is, people from other states of the country cannot become citizens of Jammu and Kashmir, cannot buy land in Jammu and Kashmir or do any other business.
2. Flag and Constitution
Jammu and Kashmir has its own flag and constitution. No other state in this country has it. Jammu and Kashmir drafted its constitution on 17 November 1956.
3. Emergency cannot be installed
Under the privilege that Jammu and Kashmir has received, there cannot be an economic emergency.
4. The tenure of the Legislature
The tenure of all the legislatures in the country is five years, while in Jammu and Kashmir the term of the assembly is 6 years.
5. Right to vote
In Jammu and Kashmir, the right to vote is only for the permanent citizens. People from any other state cannot vote here. Can’t even be a candidate in the elections.
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