Revoking Article 370: Modi govt rectified Nehru's mistake, say Jaipur residents

06 Aug 2019 10:39 AM

Revoking Article 370: Modi govt rectified Nehru's mistake, say Jaipur residents

Updated 06 Aug 2019 10:39 AM

Rajya Sabha on Monday approved a resolution revoking the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and passed a Bill to split the state into two Union Territories, as Home Minister Amit Shah promised to restore full statehood after normalcy is restored in the militancy-hit region.
The House passed by a voice vote the resolution to abrogate Article 370 and the accompanying Article 35A ending seven decades of autonomous state government.
The bill to split the state in two UTs-- Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh -- was passed by 125 votes in favour and 61 against. One member abstained from voting while two PDP members were debarred from the day's proceedings after they tore a copy of the Constitution of India in the House to protest against the move. 

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