Article 370 Verdict Updates – Indian Supreme Court Decision

Article 370 Verdict Updates

Article 370 Verdict Updates has come from the Indian Supreme Court. The Indian Supreme Court announced the decision to abrogate Article 370.

The Indian Supreme Court also followed in the footsteps of the Modi government, and the Indian court declared the August 5, 2019 decision to end the special status of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir as constitutional. Let’s try to find out whether justice has been done in the decision of the Indian Supreme Court or not.

Indian Supreme Court’s Safe Decision

The Indian Supreme Court gave a safe verdict on the appeals filed against the cancellation of Article 370 related to the special status of Occupied Kashmir, the court upheld the August 5 decision of the Hindu extremist Modi government. The biggest verdict in the history of India was delivered by a 5-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud.

Court Order To Hold Elections Till 30 September 2024

The court heard more than 20 petitions against the abrogation of Article 370 on a daily basis for 16 days and on Monday reserved its verdict in the case.

According to the verdict, the Supreme Court declared the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir constitutionally valid, and the court also directed the Election Commission of India to conduct the elections for the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir by September 30, 2024.

Court’s Proposal To The Indian President 

The court verdict said that Occupied Kashmir is an integral part of India, Article 370 is a temporary measure, Kashmir has not retained the element of internal autonomy after its accession to India, Article 370 was for the constitutional integration of Jammu and Kashmir with the Union.

The Supreme Court also suggested to the Indian President that he could abrogate Article 370 at any time.

If we go to the past decisions of the Modi government, remember that the judgment on the petitions was reserved on September 5 by a 5-member bench of the Supreme Court of India comprising Justice SK Kaul, Justice Sanjeev Khanna, BR Gwaii, and Justice Surya Kant was also involved.

The Supreme Court said that there was no error in the exercise of the powers by the President under Article 370 (3) to issue the order in August 2019. Can not do it.

Justice Cole has also directed the formation of a commission to investigate human rights violations by state and non-state institutions. It may be noted that the petitions demanded abrogation of Article 370 and restoration of statehood to Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, while the division of Jammu and Kashmir into Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh was also challenged.

Pakistan Rejected Indian Supreme Court’s Decision

Pakistan also reacted strongly to the decision of the Indian Supreme Court regarding the termination of the special status of Occupied Kashmir.

Caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani held a press conference against the decision in Islamabad. In his address, he said that Occupied Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory, therefore India has no right to determine the disputed territory of Occupied Kashmir.

Indian Decision Of August 5, 2019, Rejected

The Kashmiri people rejected the unilateral action of India on August 5, 2019, the state of Pakistan also rejected the decision of the Indian Supreme Court regarding the restoration of the special status of Occupied Kashmir, the decision of the Indian Supreme Court has no status, and in this regard Pakistan will call a meeting of all stakeholders soon, the future strategy will be decided in the meeting.

Javed sadiq

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