The provisions of Article 35A of the Indian Constitution allows the Jammu and Kashmir state Assembly to define who is and is not a “permanent resident” of the state.
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New Delhi: There has been no change in Article 370 and 35A following the Union Cabinet’s decisions on Jammu and Kashmir, and any reports to the effect were “mischievous”, official sources said here on Thursday. They said some people were spreading rumors about the cabinet decisions and the Home Ministry[Read More…]
Srinagar: Shah Faesal, an IAS officer whose recourse to social media attracted disciplinary action earlier, on Sunday compared Article 35A of the Constitution to a marriage deed or ‘nikahnama’. You repeal it and the relationship is over. Nothing will remain to be discussed afterwards, Faesal said. Responding to Faesal’s remarks,[Read More…]
Now virtually at the end of his tenure the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir NN Vohra has put the Union Government in Delhi in a quandary. He has moved the Supreme Court for the deferment of any decision regarding Article 35A that deals with domicile, citizenship, property rights and issues[Read More…]