Acceptance of Political Parties about the Revocation of Article 370

Dr. Arti

Assistant Professor, Political Science,

Gangasheel Mahavidyalaya ,Faizullahpur, NawabGanj,

Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh-India

Corresponding Author: artibansal8080@gmail.com

 

DOI: 10.52984/ijomrc1306

Abstract

Article 370 of Indian Constitution that offered a special status to the state of Jammu Kashmir .It is also divided the state of Jammu Kashmir in to Union territories, Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Union territory of Ladakh .The demand for abrogation of Article 370 was a part of chauvinistic nationalist discourse that wanted to rid Kashmir of its unique status, This anti Kashmir politics has been much part of Jammu‘s political vocabulary. In some ways, to the residents of Jammu Article 370 implied Kashmir’s political dominance as Kashmiri Leadership used it to denied resident status to many group such as West Pakistan Hindu refugees of Punjabi Dalits who had settled in Jammu back in 1950s.On 5 august 2019 Indian government took a strong decision by moved a resolution to effectively abolish Article 370, which gives special powers to the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The government also introduced a Bill to divide the state into two Union territories -- Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh.  The emphasis of this research is that what are the positive Impact on Growth & Stability and The Negative Impact of revocation of 370 and how different political parties reacted to the revocation of Article 370 from Kashmir.  Analysis and concrete viewpoint of politician have been amalgamated in this paper.

Keywords: Article 370, Article 35A, Revocation of Article 370, J&K and Ladakh, Minority communities, Political  Parties