Supreme Court adjourns hearing on Article 35A, trollers creating a lot of confusion
Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing on pleas challenging Article 35 A to August 27. The SC which heard the arguments from both the ends has postponed this controversial case’ further hearing to 27th August 2018.
Due to high volatile situations in Jammu and Kashmir, bandh is continuing for the third day too. What is Article 35 A? On this, trolls pertaining to both BJP and Congress confusing the Indians in other parts of the nation who excitingly follow this case.
As per some favoritists of BJP, under Article 35(A) there have been special rights given to J&K people’ protection and the non-residents have no right to buy any property, not eligible for any government job and even the non-residents have no right to cast their vote in J&K assembly elections also. How is a law varies in Jammu and Kashmir which is the integral part of India than other states? Trollers questioning how a nation has two constitutions. The Article 35A was instituted in the Indian constitution(1954) even before the J&K constitution, which was in 1956.
Those who don’t know anything about the misogynistic, discriminatory and biased Article 35A or Article 370 are protesting blindly in Kashmir to save it. Fed by propaganda of separatists. Today Supreme Court might adjourn it. One day Article 35A will go into dustbin of history.— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) August 5, 2018
The other section of trollers and some section of J&K people’ giving completely different voice as if the Article 35 A is removed, the situation in Jammu and Kashmir even turn worse than now. And the peace in the valley will forever vanish.
The favoritists of BJP say that the removal of Article 35A will put an end to the paid stone pelters, separatists which apparently give a way to the elimination of terrorists who are hiding in.
Understanding #Article35A— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) August 6, 2018
To begin with #Article35A of the Constitution is more relevant for the Duggar region of Jammu than Kashmir / Ladakh. In 1927 on the plea of the Dogra Pratinidhi Sabha & Kashmiri Pandit Sabha, Maharaja Hari Singh sanctioned laws to safeguard interests n
Trying to abrogate #Article35A will have a disastrous effect on the relationship J& K shares with India . It has a special status thru #Article370 & this can never be removed or the state will have no legal relationship with India & only help Pakistan & the separatists ! End— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) August 6, 2018
Now gender discrimination : #Article35A allows women to own property. A single woman, a woman married to a state subject or a woman married to a non state subject all can own property. Only a woman married to a non state subject loses her right is she is not resident of the state— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) August 6, 2018
Legally speaking : The challange to the power of the president to modify Articles of the Constitution under #Article370 (1)(d) in relation to their application to Jammu and Kashmir was discussed by the Supreme Court in Puranlal Lakhanpal v/s The President of India and rejected— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) August 6, 2018
Another myth created is #Article370 is unique to J&K. Is this not true . Under our Constitution, the Constitution also provides special provisions to State of Maharashtra & Gujrat (Art.371),Nagaland (Art. 371A),Assam (Art. 371B),Manipur (Art. 371C), Andhra Pradesh (Art. 371D)— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) August 6, 2018
#Article35A 35A derives its strength from the State Subject Laws of 1927. A narrative is created that repealing #Article35A will bring in investments in J& K. This is untrue . Industry already exists in J&K. One cannot buy land but lease it for 99 years . 2n— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) August 6, 2018