Mehbooba controversial statement: Jammu-Kashmir’s former CM Mehbooba Mufti has given a controversial statement on Article 370 on Saturday. Mehbooba Mufti has targeted the Center for the abolition of the provision of Article 370. Mehbooba Mufti has said that if the central government eliminates Article 370 of the Constitution, then the relationship between Jammu and Kashmir and India will end.
Mehbooba Mufti, while addressing people in a program in Srinagar, said, “Article 370 for Jammu and Kashmir is like a bridge and if you break the same bridge, then the Mehbooba Mufti, Jammu and Kashmir and the Constitution of India If he swears and raises voice, then how will he raise that voice? Again you will have to build a relationship between Jammu and Kashmir and Hindustan again and it will be a new condition. Are you ready for this, would you like to meet again with a Muslim majority state?
Mehbooba further said in her speech, “If the conditions we came with you would be over, then we would have to think again whether we would like to be with you without any conditions. Arun Jaitley should think this, because if you end 370, your relationship with Jammu and Kashmir will end.
Mehbooba controversial stateme- Warning on Article 35 A
Let me tell you that Mehbooba Mufti, who was in power with the BJP in Jammu and Kashmir a few months ago, gave many statements against India’s sovereignty over the past. Mehbooba Mufti had warned the central government that it was inconclusive to end the Article 35A and say that the valley was disturbed. On speculation on the elimination of 35 A, Mehbooba Mufti said while addressing the central government, “Do not play with fire, do not tamper with Article 35A or you will see what you have not seen since 1947.” If this happens, then I do not know what people of Jammu and Kashmir will pick up the flag rather than take the tricolor. ‘
What is Article 35A?
Article 35A gives the Jammu and Kashmir assembly the right to decide the definition of a permanent citizen of the state. It was implemented in the state on May 14, 1954. This article was not originally in the Constitution. The permanent citizen of the state has special powers. It is noteworthy that in addition to the original residents of Jammu and Kashmir under section 35A, citizens of any other part of the country can not purchase any property. It can not even become a citizen of it.
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