Posted 28 Aug 2018 03:46 PM

Is J&K nearing to disintegeration of state ?

Is This leading to trifercation of the state ?
1. People of jammu wants to abolish this Article
2.People of Kashmir want this article to be continued
3. People of Leh are in favour of UT status

Why does people of Kashmir want Article 35A?

Those defending the provision say that Article 35A is part of a historic pact between Kashmir and India allowing the state a special status in India. During the time of accession, it was agreed that the state would be endowed such status. Today, J&K dervies its special stauts from the article 35A.
Article 35-A is the Jammu and Kashmir State Subject Law, which defines permanent residents of the state and prevents non-Kashmiris from buying or owning any property in the state, settle permanently, or avail any benefits from any state-sponsored scheme. It also restricts the state government from hiring any non-permanent residents in government services

Why do people of Leh are in favour of UT ?

Remembering the supreme sacrifices made by Nawang Rinchen of Sankar village, Tsering Stobdan of Durbuk and Tsewang Dorjey of Saboo popularly known as ‘Nawang, Dorjay’ and ‘Stobdan’ on their 29th death anniversary, the leaders of Leh again reiterated their united stand on the demand of ‘Union Territory with Legislature’ for Leh. Nawang, Dorjay and Stobdan laid down their lives on 27th August 1989 while fighting for UT demands agitation launched by the people of Leh District. The people of Leh are clear that whether Kargil District support Leh District for UT or not Leh will fight alone for UT.

Why people of Jammu doesnot want Article 35A?

Even after invoking the erstwhile Dogra rulers of Jammu and Kashmir, the Kashmir-centric political parties and separatists have failed to get any support in the Jammu region for their agitation against any “tinkering” with the Article 35A that bars rest of Indians to acquire property in the state.
People of Jammu have been demanding scrapping of laws that smack of separatism and were a hurdle in the complete integration of the state with the country.

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