Article 370 Case Live Updates: SC favours abrogation, PDP suspends political activities for one week

Article 370 Case Live Updates: SC favours abrogation, PDP suspends political activities for one week

The five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India Chandrachud upheld the Narendra Modi government's decision of abrogating Article 370 which provided special status to the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir. The bench said Article 370 abrogation on August 5, 2019 was legal. 

Along with DY Chandrachud, Justices S K Kaul, Sanjeev Khanna, BR Gavai and Surya Kant who had heard the arguments of the petitioners and the Centre for 16 days in August, noted that the Article was a "temporary provision" and was an "asymmetrical federalism feature" which did not align with India's sovereignty.

The CJI also validated the President's Constitutional Order 272 which changed the reference of Constituent Assembly in the Article to Legislative Assembly. Justice Chandrachud stated that the "President's power remained despite the absence of constituent assembly."

While refusing to pass a judgement on the bifurcation of the erstwhile state into 2 Union Territories, the CJI ordered to restore the statehood of Jammu and Kashmir 'as soon as possible'. He also directed the Election Commission to hold polls by September 2024 in J&K.

Justice Kaul in his judgement ordered the formation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a human rights panel, to address the issue of justice for those who have suffered violence due to conflict.  He also said that the "migration of the Kashmiri Pandits was not voluntary."

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Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Owaisi calls Dogras the biggest losers!

AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi said the biggest losers of the Union's decision to abrogate Article 370 will be the Dogras of Jammu and Buddhists of Ladakh, who will have to face demographic change.

He responded to the Supreme Court verdict upholding the Centre's decision to abrogate Article 370 on X.

"The biggest losers of the Union's decision will be the Dogras of Jammu and Buddhists of Ladakh, who will have to face demographic change," he said.

He asked as to why there is no timeline on the reinstatement of statehood.

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

PDP suspends political activities for one week

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said it has suspended all its political activities for a week in the wake of the Supreme Court upholding the abrogation of Article 370.

"The decision has been taken in order to stand in solidarity with the people of Jammu & Kashmir in the wake of the Supreme Court of India's Judgment of the issue of Article 370," PDP chief spokesperson Syed Suhail Bukhari said

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Previous rulers had caused harm to Kashmir: BJP MP Gulam Ali in Parliament

Voicing his support for the J&K Reservation and Reorganisation Amendment Bill, BJP MP Gulam Ali said that the legislation would be advantageous for the people of Kashmir.

Ali in Rajya Sabha: previous rulers had caused harm to Kashmir, and he noted a significant reduction in corruption at present.

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 verdict: DMK MP M Mohamed Abdulla quotes Periyar, chair asks remarks to be expunged | Parliament

Major drama unfolded in the Rajya Sabha after DMK MP M Mohamed Abdulla rose to oppose the Jammu and Kashmir Bills saying that the Bill stems from its fundamental flaws each of which poses a threat to the future of Kashmir and its people, and quoted Periyar to say each race has the right to self-determination, which the chair opposed and asked to be expunged from the record

While Congress leader Digvijaya Singh contended that remarks can be expunged if deemed unparliamentary and unconstitutional, he questioned the rationale behind preventing a member from speaking

Congress MP Jairam Ramesh also clarified that they do not endorse the use of Periyar's quote by DMK members

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Parliament | Nehru's blunders have led to substantial repercussions: YSRCP MP V Vijayasai Reddy

Praising the revocation of Article 370 and stating that since its abrogation, Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed significant progress, YSRCP MP V Vijayasai Reddy remarked that Jawaharlal Nehru's 'significant blunders' had led to substantial repercussions

 

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 verdict | Form Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Justice Kaul

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Kaul orders formation of Truth Commission for J&K: Has India ever had it?

While there have been several demands, the country has never had a Truth Commission. 

The demand has not only been made for Kashmir but for the Northeast as well.

Earlier this year, when violence erupted in Manipur, the women's rights groups in the Northeast state had demanded the formation of a Truth Commission. 

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Kaul orders formation of Truth Commission for J&K: Is it for the first time?

Since 2011, when Omar Abdullah was the chief minister of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, the leaders of the valley have demanded the formation of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission. 

In September 2011, the politician had said, "The setting up of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission can be a possible first step towards assuaging the alienation and in restoring the confidence of the people" 

He had said that a commission should be formed and assigned to find answers to the incidents of the last 21 years both by militants and security forces. 

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Justice Kaul orders formation of Truth Commission for J&K: What is it?

Priscilla B Hayner who has reviewed 40 truth commissions defines a truth commission (a.k.a. Truth and Reconciliation Commission or Truth and Justice Commission) as -

-Probe is focused on the past and not the ongoing events

-the officals investigate a pattern of events that took place over a period of time

-findings are largely based on public engagement

-temporary body that is officially authorized or empowered by the state under review

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Breaking down the verdict: Was the abrogation of Article 370 constitutional?

President Ram Nath Kovind in 2019 passed a Constitutional Order - 272 which changed the reference of "constituent assembly" to "legislative assembly" in the Article 370 text. He passed another Constitutional Order 273 that sealed the abrogation of the Article 370.

Supreme Court upheld both these proclamations of August 2019 that helped in abrogating the Article.

Petitioners had questioned if this could be done in the absence of an elected government since the power to make laws then moved into the hands of the President or the Union itself.

Referring to 1994 ruling in ‘SR Bommai v Union of India’ which dealt with the powers and limitations of the Governor under President’s rule, CJI DY Chandrachud noted that the Governor (President in J&K’s case) can assume “all or any” roles of the state legislature and such action must be tested judicially only in extraordinary cases.

He further noted that there is “no prima facie case that the President’s orders were malafide or extraneous exercise of power.”

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Breaking down the verdict: Article 370 - permanent or temporary?

The description for Article 370, that gave special status to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, it is mentioned that it is a "temporary, transitional and special provision"

While pronouncing the judgement, CJI Chandrachud took note of the constitutional description of the contentious Article and stated that the “temporary” provision served a purpose only for the war-like situation prevailing in the state in 1947.

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Breaking down the verdict: How did SC concur with Modi govt's decision to abrogate J&K's 'special status'

In his judgement, the CJI noted that J&K did not retain any element of sovereignty after it acceded to India in 1947.

Justice Chandrachud noted that Maharaja Hari Singh proclaimed that he would retain his sovereignty but his successor Karan Singh issued another proclamation that the Indian Constitution would prevail over all other laws in the state - this made the merger of J&K like every other princely state.

Citing section 3 of Article 370,  CJI Chandrachud stated that the state has always been an integral part of India.

While Article 3 of the J&K Constitution reads, “the State of Jammu and Kashmir is and shall be an integral part of the Union of India”, the state’s Constitution also maintains that this particular provision cannot be amended

Highlighting the purpose of J&K Constitution, Justice Kaul said, "it was to ensure everyday governance in the state and to integrate the state with India."

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

In Parliament - J-K Amendment bills tabled in Rajya Sabha

The two — the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill, and the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation (Amendment) Bill, 2023 — which were passed in the Lok Sabha on December 6th have been tabled in the Rajya Sabha today for consideration and passage

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 & SC verdict: Timeline of developments

Following is the timeline of events in a case in which the Supreme Court upheld the government's decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution, which bestowed a special status on the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, and said steps should be taken to conduct the election to the Assembly in the Union Territory by September 30 next year.

December 20, 2018: President's Rule imposed while exercising powers under Article 356 of the Constitution in J&K.. Subsequently extended on July 3, 2019.


August 5, 2019:
Centre abrogates the provisions of Article 370.


August 6, 2019:
First petition challenging the presidential order scrapping Article 370 filed by advocate M L Sharma.


August 10, 2019:
National Conference (NC), a prominent political party from Jammu and Kashmir, files a petition contending that the changes brought in the status of the state had taken away the rights of its citizens without their mandate.


August 24, 2019:
Press Council of India moves the Supreme Court supporting the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir administration's decision to impose restrictions on communications


August 28, 2019:
SC issues notices to Centre, J&K administration on a plea moved by Kashmir Times editor for the removal of the restrictions imposed on journalists


August 28, 2019:
A bench headed by then Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi refers the matter to five-judge Constitution bench


September 19, 2019:
Supreme Court sets up five-judge Constitution bench

July 11, 2023: Supreme Court says it will commence day-to-day hearing from August 2 on petitions 


August 2, 2023:
Supreme Court commences hearing on petitions


September 5, 2023:
Court reserves verdict on 23 petitions in the matter after hearing them for 16 days


December 11, 2023:
Supreme Court upholds government's decision to abrogate Article 370, says steps should be taken to conduct election to Assembly in Union Territory by September 30 next year

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Parliament - update on Mahua Moitra's expulsion

After Lok Sabha held the findings of Ethics Panel on the 'cash-for-query' allegations against Trinamool Congress leader Mahua Moitra, the Lower House expelled her.

The politician who is a fiery critic of the Modi government has now approached the Supreme Court to challenge her controversial expulsion.

She has denied the bribery charges but accepted that she had shared the log-in details.

Parliament - update on Mahua Moitra's expulsion
Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Reactions: J&K has seen several ups and downs - Mehbooba Mufti

On SC verdict on Article 370 in J&K, PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti says, "We should not be disheartened... J&K has seen several ups and downs... SC's verdict stating Article 370 was a temporary provision, is not our defeat, but the defeat of the idea of India... I want to say this to the people of the country that many of you are celebrating this (verdict)... Today J&K was converted into a jail, and all the shopkeepers were directed that they will not open their shops before 10 am. We were under house arrest... This is a political war which has been going on for ages, and a lot of people have sacrificed their lives for this. We will not leave this, we have to come together and fight..."

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

All Reactions to Article 370 SC verdict

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, Centre's key counsel in defending the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, said the Supreme Court verdict upholding the government's August 5, 2019 decision will go down in the history of the country

Amit Shah
welcomed the Supreme Court verdict to uphold the government's decision to abrogate Article 370, saying the ruling has proved that the August 5, 2019 decision was "completely constitutional"

Ghulam Nabi Azad:
Our youth will suffer further from unemployment

Karan Singh: I request people of Jammu and Kashmir to accept the verdict, and participate in the new political era

Son of the last Maharaja of J&K, Karan Singh: it was not a meticulous decision, but the Centre must restore statehood. Government must not wait for elections, statehood must be restored at the earlier

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

PM Modi hails SC verdict on Article 370, stresses on 'Naya Jammu Kashmir'

PM's tweet: 

"Today's Supreme Court verdict on the abrogation of Article 370 is historic and constitutionally upholds the decision taken by the Parliament of India on 5th August 2019; it is a resounding declaration of hope, progress and unity for our sisters and brothers in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. The Court, in its profound wisdom, has fortified the very essence of unity that we, as Indians, hold dear and cherish above all else.

I want to assure the resilient people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh that our commitment to fulfilling your dreams remains unwavering. We are determined to ensure that the fruits of progress not only reach you but also extend their benefits to the most vulnerable and marginalised sections of our society who suffered due to Article 370.

The verdict today is not just a legal judgment; it is a beacon of hope, a promise of a brighter future and a testament to our collective resolve to build a stronger, more united India. #NayaJammuKashmir"

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

The Supreme Court on December 11 delivered verdict on Article 370. Here are the top quotes from the verdict

"Constitutional set up didn’t indicate that Jammu and Kashmir retained sovereignty after the signing of Instrument of Accession in 1949."

“Article 370 is a temporary provision, an interim arrangement due to war conditions in the State”  

"Petitioners stating that Centre cannot take actions of irreversible consequences in the J&K during Presidential rule not accepted."

"Court cannot decide on the decision of the President on whether the special circumstances under Article 370 exist, do not find the use of Presidential power malafide."

"All provisions of the constitution can be applied to Jammu and Kashmir and non-application of mind cannot be claimed."

"Steps shall be taken so that elections are held in legislative assembly of J&K by September 2024 and statehood shall be restored as soon as possible."

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 verdict | Jammu and Kashmir didn't retain sovereignty when it acceded to India: SC

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Abrogation of Article 370 is legal: Supreme Court

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 a temporary provision, not permanent: Supreme Court

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Reactions- Omar Abdullah 'disappointed but not disheartened'

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 verdict out | Key Takeaways

Verdict: 

-Abrogation of Article 370 legal
-Presidential Constitutional Order 272
valid
-Won't rule on bifurcation of J&K into 2 UTs
-Making Ladakh a union territory valid

Justice Chandrachud noted:

-Article 370 a feature of asymmetrical federalism
-J&K didn't have internal sovereignty after the instrument of accession
-The president's power remained despite the absence of a constituent assembly
-Article 370 a temporary provision

Ordered-

-EC aked to hold elections by September next year
-Centre told to restore J&K statehood as soon as possible

Justice Kaul noted:

-Migration of Kashmiri pandits was not voluntary

Ordered:

-Formation of Human Rights and Truth and Reconciliation panels

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Verdict on Article 370: Justice Kaul's take

-He recommended the formation of truth and reconciliation commission to address the issue of human rights violations in Kashmir

-Panel will probe the injustice meted to people of Jammu and Kashmir. He also asked for the formation of human rights panel for the erstwhile state

-Justice Kaul while reading his statement noted that the migration of the Kashmiri pundits was not voluntary


Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

What is CO 272?

Constitutional Order 272 was passed by the President of India Ram Nath Kovind in 2019.

It changed the reference of Constituent Assembly in Article 370 to Legislative Assembly

The Constituent Assembly in J&K had ceased to exist on 25 January 1957

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Verdict on Article 370 Takeaways so far

CJI DY Chandrachud noted-

-Abrogation of Article 370 legal
-Article 370 a temporary provision
-Article 370 a feature of asymmetrical federalism
-J&K  didn't have internal sovereignty after instrument of accession
-President's power remained despite the absence of constituent assembly
-Restore statehood as soon as possible, hold polls by Sep 2024

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Verdict - 'Article 370 a temporary provision, not permanent'

-Textual reading of Article 370 also indicates it is a temporary provision

-Article 370 a temporary provision, not permanent

-J&K did not have distinct internal sovereignty

-all states in the country have differing legislative powers, there are different provisions for different states

-J&K became integral part of India according to the various sections of Constitution of the state

-Jammu and Kashmir didn't retain element of sovereignty at the time of signing of instrument of accession

-CJI notes that every decision taken by Union Government on behalf of State during Presidential rule not open to challenge

-SC bench refuses to rule on the validity of the Presidential rule imposed in J&K in December 2018

-There are three opinions – one by the CJI for himself, Justice Suryakant and Justice BR Gavai. Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Sanjeev Khanna have authored separate, concurring opinions for themselves


 

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Three judgements to be pronounced: CJI

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

370 verdict: Bench has assembled

CJI Chandrachud says– ‘I will read out the essence. There are three judgments. One by CJI for himself for Justice Gavai and Justice Surya Kant. There is a concurring opinion by Justice Kaul. Justice Sanjiv Khanna has concurred with both'

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Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Watch: J&K L-G denies Manoj Sinha denies PDP's claims of Mufti's house arrest

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Article 370 verdict: Important terms to know

Article 370: key provision in the Indian Constitution that granted special status to the former state of Jammu and Kashmir

-It provided some autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir, such as allowing the state to have its own Constitution, a separate flag, etc

-Article 35A gave the J&K legislature to define the state’s permanent residents, their special rights and privileges

-Article 35A gave all 'permanent residents' of J&K exclusive right to purchase land, seek State government employment and other benefits

-Instrument of Accession: It is a legal document executed by Maharaja Hari Singh, ruler of the princely state of J&K on 26 October 1947. By executing the instrument under the provisions of the Indian Independence Act 1947, Hari Singh agreed to accede his state to the Dominion of India

-Sub clause 3 of Article 370 that government used to water down Article 370- says "President may, by public notification, declare that this article shall cease to be operative or shall be operative only with such exceptions and modifications and from such date as he may specify: provided that the recommendation of the constituent assembly of the state shall be necessary before the president issues such a notification"

-Presidential Order 272: changed the reference of Constituent Assembly to Legislative Assembly

-Presidential Order 273: sealed the abrogation of the Article 370

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Some battles are fought to be lost: Sibal

Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal who was one of the first senior counsels to address the court in #Article370 case for the petitioners, minutes before the #SupremeCourt verdict says in a tweet

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Mehbooba Mufti under house arrest: PDP

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

SC to deliver verdict on Article 370: Parties' stance

Several political parties had diverse views on the Centre’s decision to abrogate Article 370, know where the political parties stand-

-Congress has remained noncommittal on the restoration of Article 370, focusing instead on the restoration of complete statehood for J&K

-AAP, led by Arvind Kejriwal, consistently supported the government's decision, aiming for peace and development in J&K

Kashmir-based parties-

-Kashmir-based parties like National Conference, PDP, and People’s Conference consistently condemned the abrogation of Article 370

-JDU initially opposed Article 370 abrogation, staged walkout; later, adopted a reconciliatory stance, urging adherence to the prevailing law

-TMC led by Mamata Banerjee, opposed the abrogation of Article 370, criticizing the process as unconstitutional

-DMK's M K Stalin condemned the abrogation of Article 370, alleging democracy's murder without consulting Jammu and Kashmir residents

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Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Top SC observations from Article 370 hearings | Key Highlights

The Supreme Court will deliver the verdict on pleas challenging the abrogation of Article 370 on December 11 following 16 days of hearing

Key highlights of the Supreme Court's observation on the abrogation of Article 370 during 16 days of hearing-

Day 1: Bench stressed that Article 370 was not meant to be a permanent provision that nobody other than the Constituent Assembly could repeal

Day 2: The SC queried, 'if the argument that Article 370 became permanent in 1957 is accepted, will it become like basic structure of the constitution?'

Day 3: The SC said there is democracy in India & opinion on public issues is sought through established institutions & not referendums like Brexit

Day 4: The SC observed, "the powers and provisions of the Constitution of India cannot be circumscribed by the erstwhile Constitution of Jammu & Kashmir."

Day 5: The SC said, "In no way was the integration of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) with India in 1948 conditional"

Day 6: The SC remarked that there is a difference between existence of power and abuse of power and it should not be confused.

Day 7: The SC said that challenge to Article 370 abrogation can be based only on alleged constitutional violations, not on government's intention.

Day 8: The SC refused the application of the Constitution of India to J&K would remain frozen after the dissolution of the J&K Constituent Assembly in 1957

Day 9: The SC asked whether the reading down of Article 370 was a logical step to achieve Jammu and Kashmir's integration

Day 10: The SC said, "The Maharaja did not conditionally surrender sovereignty... Sovereignty was fully yielded to India by J&K, leaving no room for doubt."

Day 11: The SC orally observed that the scrapped Article 35A took away 3 fundamental rights of non-residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

Day 12: The top court said that various parts of the country have been plagued by militancy & separatism and in that way, J&K cannot be singled out

Day 13: The top court said that only consultation is required if the President wanted to make any exceptions or modifications

Day 14: CJI DY Chandrachud said that the court would hear proceedings only based on constitutional arguments & not based on govt’s argument

Day 15: The SC said that the external sovereignty of India lies with Central government but internal sovereignty of J&K is shared b/w Union and State govts


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Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

In Parliament - Amit Shah to table J&K bills in Rajya Sabha

While the Supreme Court will give its verdict on Article 370 and the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill 2019, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to introduce the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill, 2023 and the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation (Amendment) Bill, 2023 in Rajya Sabha today afternoon.

The 2 amendment bills have been passed in Lok Sabha 

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Issues raised in Supreme Court during the hearings

-Constitutional validity of the Centre’s decision 

-Validity of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, which split the erstwhile state into two Union territories

-Imposition of the governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir on June 20, 2018 and the imposition of the president’s rule on December 19, 2018 and its extension on July 3, 2019

Issues raised in Supreme Court during the hearings
Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Watch: security heightened in J&K ahead of SC verdict

Security heightened in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the Supreme Court’s verdict on the batch of petitions challenging the Narendra Modi government's decision to water down Article 370 which gave special status to the erstwhile state. 

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Policy decisions that will be impacted by Supreme Court's verdict

Here are the following decisions that will be impacted by the verdict- 

-Article 370
-Article 35-A
-Re-organisation of Jammu and Kashmir
-Delimitation of parliamentary and legislative constituencies
-It will also affect the 2 amendment bills on Jammu and Kashmir that are in discussion in the Parliament

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Who are the 5-judges who will pronounce the judgement?

DY Chandrachud - the 50th Chief Justice of India who became a Supreme Court judge in May 2016

Sanjay Kishan Kaul - the senior most judge among the 5 after the CJI and has been a judge at the Supreme Court since 2017

Sanjiv Khanna - He is the former judge of Delhi HC and is next in line to replace the current CJI. He can serve the post for 7 months. 

BR Gavai - If the seniority convention is followed, he will be the 52nd CJI 

Suryakant Sharma - another Supreme Court judge who is in the fray of becoming the Chief Justice of India

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Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Watch: how in 2019 Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was watered down

Amarnath Yatra cancelled
Section 144 (restricts gathering of more than 4 people ) imposed
Telecommunications shut
J&K leaders under house arrest 
10,000 security force personnel in the world’s highest militarised zone

Recall how in 2019 Jammu and Kashmir's fate was changed...

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Watch: Timeline of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status

Did you know the land that we know as Jammu and Kashmir was once sold?

Yes, it was a reward for the Dogra ruler Gulab Singh who had not participated in the Anglo Sikh war of 1846!

And after 100 years, another Dogra ruler was forced to sign the "Instrument of Accession"

Here's how it all unfolded

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

What is Article 370?

Article 370, as per the constitution, is a “temporary, transitional and special provision” that keeps J&K out of the purview of the Indian Constitution, barring defence, finance and foreign affairs.

It allowed J&K to draft its own constitution, have its own flag and penal code and restricted the Indian Parliament from interfering in matters related to the state. 

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Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Watch: Supreme Court to deliver verdict on Article 370 abrogation today

Sep 02, 2022 10:53 IST

Supreme Court verdict on Article 370 today

Good Morning!

CJI DY Chandrachud-led five-judge bench in Supreme Court is set to deliver its judgment on petitions challenging the central government’s move to water down the provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution that provided a special status to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir and Editorji will give you all live updates so stay tuned! 

Supreme Court verdict on Article 370 today
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