Following Abdullah’s criticism of central ministers statement on Article 370, a local advocate had filed a complaint.
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Prasad was responding to questions on the remarks of MoS in the PMO Jitendra Singh seeking a debate on the future of Article 370.
Mayawati also downplayed Modi’s meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying there was nothing new in this.
The Punjab CM said that the decisions on issues like Article 370 should not be taken in haste.
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There should be basic understanding of the Constitution before any statement is made, said Manish Tewari.
He dodged every question asked by the media related to his statement on Article 370.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Article 370 was the “ONLY Constitutional link” between the state and the rest of the country.
The BJP in its manifesto had said they would work towards abrogation of Article 370.
Singh is the first-time MP from Jammu and Kashmir.
Minister of State in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office Jitendra Singh said Article 370 was more of a psychological barrier than a physical one.
Nitish Kumar, who is senior leader of JD(U), justified breaking away from BJP over elevation of Modi.
Rajnath Singh said those opposing abrogation of the Article “should spell out how it has benefited the state”.