Article 35A constitutionally weak- Jaitley
According to a report by NDTV, Arun Jaitley's thoughts on Article 35A have come out in Sonia Singh's book 'Defining India: Through Their Eyes'. In this book, Jaitley says, "Article 35A is a constitutional confusion. It has not been included in the Constitution through the amendment of two-thirds majority from both Houses of Parliament. This executive was inserted by the President's notification. It was entrenched in the constitution from the back door …. It is constitutionally weak. Not only this, Jaitley has also said in the book that this controversial section is against the interest of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Because, because of this, neither wants to invest there, nor does any hotel chain open, nor any private education institute open. In such a situation, who would like to go there when no one's children will be able to get admission in government colleges. It also has harm to the people there, only separatist forces get satisfaction with it. Significantly, there is an arrangement for the Constitution implemented from Article 35A, 1954, under which the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly has the right to decide the permanent resident of the state, permanent residents have to purchase property there and take government jobs.
Jaitley's talk is so important, because …
Arun Jaitley is a well-known advocate of the country and a knowledge of the Constitution. When he gave interview to author Sonia Singh, he was the finance minister of the country. The case against Article 35A is still pending before the Supreme Court. Clearly, the BJP Government is advocating the removal of this section and its promise has been made in its Vision Document. It is also a matter of fact that Jaitley's opinion in the Modi government's view on this article is also certain. Even if he is not in the government, his consensus on this issue can also be special for PM Modi.
Important Cabinet Meeting on Monday
There will be a crucial meeting of Modi cabinet on Monday morning between the political and security movements released in Jammu and Kashmir. Usually the union cabinet meets on Wednesday, but this meeting has already been convened before the Parliament's proceedings begin. With the way the matter is hot about Jammu and Kashmir, there are different kinds of speculations about this meeting. Well, after this meeting, any major announcement can not be expected immediately, because because of the Parliament session, whatever policy decisions the government will take, it will either announce it in Parliament or only after the session can be given information. . Meanwhile, there are reports that Home Minister Amit Shah can go on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir but it is believed that he will make such a program only after the Parliament session and it may be that his motive in the state is 15 Also associated with preparations for August