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Amit Shah introduced Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act Bill in Rajya Sabha.

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Amit Shah introduced Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act Bill in Rajya Sabha.

Today is the sixth day of the winter session of Parliament. In this regard, Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act Bill in the Rajya Sabha. Let us tell you that this bill has already been passed in the Lok Sabha. Amit Shah presented this bill in the Rajya Sabha for consideration and passing. Let us inform that last week, Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill, 2023 and Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization (Amendment) Bill, 2023 have been passed in the Lok Sabha. Responding to the attacks of opposition parties including Congress on Jammu and Kashmir in the Lok Sabha, Amit Shah had said that Article 370 was responsible for the death of 45 thousand people in Kashmir, which was abrogated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Supreme Court’s decision on Article 370

At the same time, the five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court on Monday justified the Central Government’s 2019 decision to remove Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. While giving the verdict in this regard, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud said that the President’s decision was correct under the powers of Article 370 (3). It is not right to raise questions on this. The Chief Justice said that a five-member bench headed by Chandrachud was hearing the case. The bench includes Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Justice Sanjeev Khanna, Justice BR Gavai, Justice Surya Kant.

The court said this

In its decision during the hearing on the issue of Article 370, the court said that assembly elections should be held in Jammu and Kashmir by 30 September 2024. Besides, instructions have also been given to give back the statehood. Let us tell you that three important decisions were taken during this hearing. All three separate decisions were given by different judges with the same conclusion. The court said that the Center can exercise the power of the government under the role of the President. The court rejected the argument of the petitioners in this regard and said that the Parliament or the President can exercise the legislative powers of any state under the proclamation.

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