Article 370 scrapped on 5 august to 6th august 2019

Article 370 of the Indian constitution gave special status to the region of Jammu and Kashmir, allowing it to have a separate constitution, a state flag and autonomy over the internal administration of the state.

But our Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Damodar Das modi govt has announced on 5th of Aug 2019 at upper house of parliament that article 370 scrapped. Home Minister Shri Amit Shah presented the bill in Rajya Sabha. And answered all the questions on Bill. The bill received 125 votes in the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of Indian Parliament)and 61 votes in the Against.

6 अगस्त 2019 को, यह विधेयक भी लोकसभा में पारित किया गया, जिसमें पक्ष में 370 और विधेयक के विरुद्ध 72 मत थे| So अनुच्छेद 370 6 अगस्त 2019 को समाप्त हो गया| इस बिल के अनुसार, J और K को दो भागों में बांटा गया है, एक J and K, और एक लद्दाख और ये दोनों केंद्र शासित प्रदेश होंगे|

In such a situation, the question now arises that what will be changed in Jammu and Kashmir with the removal of Article 370? Here, we are telling you about the difference between the stay and the exit of Article 370:

Before : Jammu and Kashmir had its own flag. It was not mandatory for the citizens of there to honor the national flag of India.

Now:
Jammu and Kashmir will not have a separate flag and the tricolor will be waved here like other parts of India. Now the people of there will also have to respect the national flag tricolor.

Before :
The right to vote was only for the permanent citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. Citizens of other states of the country did not have the right to register their names in the voter list there.

Now:
Citizens of other states of the country can also register their names and vote in the electoral rolls of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. With the abolition of Section 370, the provision of ‘right to vote is only permanent citizens of Jammu and Kashmir’.

Before:
The term of the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir was six years, whereas in any state of the country, the term of any state government is not more than 5 years.

Now:
Like any state of the country, the term of the assembly will be 5 years in Jammu and Kashmir. The 6-year term of the Legislative Assembly will end as soon as Section 370 ends.

Before:
The citizens of Jammu and Kashmir had dual citizenship (India and Kashmir).

Now:
The people of Jammu and Kashmir will have only one Indian citizenship.

Before:
Citizens of India were not allowed to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir, having the status of a special state. That is, people of other states could not buy land in Jammu and Kashmir.

Now:
With the abolition of Article 370, people of other states will also be able to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir.

Before:
If a woman from Jammu and Kashmir marries a person from any other state in India, the woman’s citizenship will end. On the contrary, if he marries a person from Pakistan, he too will get citizenship of Jammu and Kashmir.

Now:
Now since 370 was removed, dual citizenship has also ended. According to this, the woman of Jammu and Kashmir marries a person from another state, even then she will be called Indian only.

Before:
Due to Article 370, Pakistanis living in Kashmir also got Indian citizenship.

Now:
After the removal of Article 370, the people of Kashmir are now only Indian citizens. If a Pakistani wants to take Indian citizenship, he has to go through the whole process.

Before:
The orders of the Supreme Court of India were not valid inside Jammu and Kashmir.

Now: Now the orders of the Supreme Court of India will also be valid in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

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