Islamabad: Abdul Basit, former Pakistan's High Commissioner to India, said on Monday that India's decision on Jammu and Kashmir could challenge the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the UN Security Council (UNSC). Basit regrets the decision of the Indian government to withdraw special status status from Jammu and Kashmir and eliminate Article 370. He said, "The world's largest democracy in the so-called world has shown its grim face." According to Basit, India can not remove Article 370 from the order of Parliament and the Central Government in this way.
He said, "Article 370 can only be removed from the Parliament of Kashmir (Assembly)." According to Pakistan Today, he suggested, "Pakistan can challenge India's decision in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC)."
A big announcement in the Rajya Sabha from the Central Government
A major announcement has been made in the Rajya Sabha on Monday by the central government regarding Jammu and Kashmir (jammu kashmir). Home Minister Amit Shah presented the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill in the Rajya Sabha. Also, the proposal to remove Article 370 from the state was also presented. Apart from these, the article 35A has been abolished from the state. Under the new law, all sections of section 370 will not be applicable in the state. The government has removed the gazette notification by issuing it. President Ramnath Kovind approved the removal of Article 35 A. After this historic decision, people of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh region have experienced a wave of happiness.
Jammu and Kashmir now divided into two parts
Jammu and Kashmir are now divided into two parts. Jammu and Kashmir will be the Union Territory. Also Ladakh will be the seat of assembly without the rule of the seat. Amit Shah said during this time that BJP does not lack political will. We do not have to make a vote bank. We are ready to answer every question on Kashmir.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval can now visit Jammu and Kashmir after the government's historic decision. It is being said that he will visit the state and learn the ground reality of the situation there. Earlier he had also visited the state in July.
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