Supreme Court upheld the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir

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Jammu and Kashmir Latest News Today: After the repeal of Article 370, there was a challenge in the Supreme Court. The hearing on this challenge petition was held today. The Supreme Court has given three judgments in this matter. One of these results is that assembly elections have been ordered to be held in Jammu and Kashmir by September 30. Chief Justice of India D. Y. Chandrachud read the verdict. He has upheld the constitutional validity of the abrogation of Article 370.

Chief Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud has ordered the central government to grant statehood to Jammu and Kashmir at the earliest and the Central Election Commission to hold the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections by September 30, 2024. “The evidence that Jammu and Kashmir is a fundamental piece of India is tracked down in Article 3 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, aside from Articles 1 and 370 of the Constitution of India. The territory of Jammu and Kashmir is and will be. It is a basic piece of the Indian Association. Also, it is written in Article 3 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir that there is a provision in the constitution of the state that this provision cannot be amended”, explained the Chief Justice.

Section 370 in provisional form
In its verdict, the Supreme Court clarified that Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, was a temporary provision in the Constitution. “It was a temporary arrangement made due to the war situation at that time. It has been mentioned in the documents as well”, said Chief Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud in the verdict.

Decision of President’s Rule valid
In the interim, the applicants had provoked the choice to force President’s Standard without the suggestion of the Kashmir Governing body. The High Court has additionally dismissed this case. “The precondition for the decision to impose President’s Rule was the recommendations of the Legislature. Indeed, even after the disintegration of the Jammu and Kashmir Governing body, this right of the President stayed in salvageable shape. The Jammu and Kashmir Established Rearrangement Chief was an impermanent body”, the court likewise expressed in the decision. The Chief Justice also explained that taking decisions accordingly in the state during President’s rule was valid.

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