Amit Shah says Article 370 is temporary


Responding to the Opposition’s argument that Jammu and Kashmir enjoys special status under Article 370, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on June 26 said one must not forget that it is “temporary in nature” and “not permanent”.

Speaking in Lok Sabha, Shah hit out at first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, saying the loss of one-third of the state to Pakistan in 1948 happened because of his (Nehru) policies. He also criticised the previous governments for failing to ban hardline and secessionist organisations like Jamaat-i-Islami and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. Read More

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