Has India taken a right step by abolishing those articles?

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State of Jammu and Kashmir has been a matter of dispute between India and Pakistan, the two nuclear powered nations in Asia. These countries have fought many wars to claim this piece of land since they got Independence in 1947. Though, Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is an Indian territory but, a big part of this state is under the control of Pakistan and some part has been occupied by China.

Indian constitution has temporary provisions related to J&K which gives it a special status. According to article 370 and 35 A of the Indian constitution, the state of J&K has separate provisions related to its citizenship, property rights etc. and many central laws of India are not applied there.

On 5th July 2019, Indian parliament passed a resolution to abolish those temporary provisions of the state but, it is feared that that would increased the problems of terrorism in the already terror stricken state. Even the leaders of J&K are against the step of the central government.

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Has India taken a right step by abolishing those articles?

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No. It will increase the problem there and will also add fuel to the fire of terrorism. (57.14%) 4 / 7
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Other. (42.86%) 3 / 7
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