Mehbooba Mufti’s threat, removal of Article 370 and 35A will end the relationship with India, Jammu Kashmir
Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti has threatened to remove Article 370 and 35A if it is removed. They have threatened that in this situation, Jammu Kashmir will end the relationship with India. The former Chief Minister said in a threatening tone that 370 and 35A states have a distinct identity, which will be preserved in every situation. After losing the Chief Minister’s post, the PDP president, who came to Rajouri for the first time, said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have to become Atal Bihari Vajpayee for normalizing the situation of the state, for which it is necessary to talk to Pakistan.
Mehbooba Mufti’s threat
Describing the dialogue between India and Pakistan for peace in South Asia as “compulsory”, the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti, on Tuesday appealed Tuesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been in touch with his counterpart Imran Khan in Pakistan for the sake of Kashmir. Should extend the hand.
The President of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) also appealed that the prime minister should follow the footsteps of late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee to restore the peace process between neighboring countries.
Addressing a public meeting at Rajouri, the PDP president said, “Peace in South Asia possible only when peace in Jammu Kashmir ensured.”
It known that the Jammu and Kashmir People’s Democratic Party (PDP) condemned the remarks made in the court on behalf of the state government’s advocate during the hearing of Article 35A of the Constitution in the Supreme Court. The party said that the Governor SP Malik should ensure that the state should keep its position fair and firmly.
PDP’s chief spokesman Rafi Ahmed Mir said in a statement:
“PDP has been repeatedly referring to maintaining and strengthening the constitutional powers achieved by Jammu Kashmir. We strongly condemn the comment made by the state’s advocate in this matter. ‘
In fact, Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta is keeping J & K in the Supreme Court. Last week, Mehta had taken a stand on the court, Mir was reacting to him. In the hearing, agreeing with the arguments of the need to discuss Article 35A and some other aspects, the ASG said, “It can not be denied that there is an aspect of gender discrimination in this (Article 35A). ‘
Article 35A included in the Constitution in 1954 by the President’s Order (Presidency Order). Under this, the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir received certain rights. Under this arrangement, no person outside the state can purchase real estate in the state. This system deprives the woman of the state of property rights which marries outside the state. This provision also applies to their successors.