Big statement: Shah broke his silence on the issue of full statehood, said – Center is committed for the delimitation and elections of Jammu and Kashmir

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After the all-party meeting held on Thursday on Jammu and Kashmir, the central government has made its agenda clear. The government said that it wants all round development of the state.

After the all-party meeting held on Thursday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah cleared his agenda regarding Jammu and Kashmir. The leaders and parties there may have been demanding restoration of the abolished provisions of Article 370, but after the meeting, the government clearly said that it is committed for the overall development of the state. Delimitation and elections are necessary in Jammu and Kashmir to give full statehood.

Home Minister Shah tweeted this and said-
Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted after the meeting and said, “Today’s meeting on Jammu and Kashmir was held in a very cordial atmosphere. Everyone expressed their commitment to democracy and the Constitution. Emphasis was laid on strengthening the democratic process in the state.

no turning back

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With the tweet of the Home Minister, it has become clear that the central government is moving forward with regard to Jammu and Kashmir, there is no question of turning back. That is, the center will do the work of delimitation there first. This will lead to the reorganization of the constituencies of the state. In this, there can be radical changes in the assembly and parliamentary constituencies. After this, a new assembly will be formed by conducting assembly elections in the state.

Let us tell you, on August 5, 2019, after abolishing many provisions of Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir has been given the status of a union territory like Delhi and Puducherry. Both these states have their own legislatures. On the same lines, a new assembly will be formed there.

Mehbooba and Omar demanded restoration of Article 370
PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti has demanded the Center to reinstate Article 370 in the all-party meeting and after discussion with the media. At the same time, NC leader and former CM Omar Abdullah said that we expressed our disappointment in front of PM Modi about the decision on Article 370. We said that we will not accept the decision of the Central Government on August 5, 2019 to abrogate Article 370. He said that we will fight our fight on the issue of Article 370 through the court. People want that Jammu and Kashmir should be given full statehood.

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