Janardhan Dwivedi welcomes Modi government's decision
Some leaders agree with the stand of the opposition to the party, some are feared political loss due to its opposition. Janardhan Dwivedi, considered close to Sonia Gandhi, said that my political guru Ram Manohar Lohia had opposed Article 370 from the very beginning. We used to oppose it in the student movement. As far as my personal opinion is concerned, it is a matter of national satisfaction. While uttering his statement as a personal comment, he said that I believe that the proposal and the bill will be passed on Tuesday even from the Lok Sabha.
Article 370 does not justify the 21st century: Hooda
Dipendra Hooda tweeted, "My personal opinion is that Article 370 is not justified in the 21st century and should be removed. This is not only for the country's integrity but also for the benefit of Jammu and Kashmir which is an integral part of our country. Now the government has the responsibility to implement it in the atmosphere of peace and trust. However, after some time he removed his tweet. With this tweet, he also tweeted the old news of a newspaper, in which he was advocated to remove 370 on his behalf.
Should think about Indian sovereignty by cutting aside ideological differences
On the other hand, Milind Deora tweeted that unfortunately the issue of Article 370 is being entrenched in the debate of Liberal and Hardter. The parties should consider their ideological differences by looking at India's sovereignty, Kashmir peace, employment of youth and justice for Kashmiri Pandits in terms of justice. Meanwhile, MLA Rae Bareli MLA Aditi Singh has also kept his opinion other than the party's stand. On Twitter, Aditi Singh wrote 'United We Stand, Jai Hind' with the hashtag Article 370. A Twitter user on this question asked him that you are a Congressman, in response to which he wrote, 'I am a Hindustani'.