Good News Ladakh's People, Articles 370, 35A Scrapped - Kashmir News

Good News Ladakh's People, Articles 370, 35A Scrapped - Kashmir News

Good News Ladakh's People, Articles 370, 35A Scrapped - Kashmir News

Good News Ladakh's People, Articles 370, 35A Scrapped - Kashmir News: Articles 370, 35A Scrapped J&K and Good News For The People of Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir to be carved into two Union Territories

Ladakh will be Separate Union Territories. This is also a good news for Kashmiri Pandits and Buddhist people living in the region. People living in ladakh are very happy and celebrating today, their long pending demand for union territories is finally turned into a reality. Now there will be no different Flags, Now it will be one Nation one flag, "undivided India". Somehow the freedom of India was incomplete, because there was different rules, and flags, Articles 370, 35A Scrapped means 100% freedom.


Know about the articles:

Article 370 of the Constitution grants special status to Jammu & Kashmir, while Article 35A empowers the state legislature to define the state’s “permanent residents” and their special rights and privileges.

What is Article 35A?

Article 35A, which was incorporated in the Constitution by a 1954 Presidential Order, gives special rights and privileges to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir.

It denies property rights to a woman who marries a person from outside the state. The provision, which leads to such women from the state forfeiting their right over property, also applies to their heirs.

It disallows people from outside the state from buying or owning immovable property there, settle permanently, or avail themselves of state-sponsored scholarship schemes. It also forbids the J-K government from hiring people, who are non-permanent residents.


What is Article 370?

Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is a “temporary provision” which grants special autonomous status to Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir has been accorded special status under Article 370 under Part XXI of the Constitution, which deals with “Temporary, Transitional and Special provisions”. All the provisions of the Constitution which are applicable to other states are not applicable to J-K.