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Thats why they are always on top Dear me [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn Tuesday Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti surprised everyone by dropping at the residence of National Conference president and former Union minister Farooq Abdullah at his Srinagar residence to discuss the prevailing crisis over Article 35A of the Indian Constitution that has been challenged in the Supreme Court According to reports Abdullah has suggested to the chief minister that she should consult other parties with an aim to create a wider consensus among “like-minded parties in the battle to prevent Article 35A being struck down in the Supreme Court” Political observers in Kashmir see the development as a warning shot by Mufti who — by discussing the issue with the NC patron instead of meeting the leadership of her alliance partner BJP — has sent out a subtle message that the clock can be turned back and she can build a broad coalition of mainstream political parties to save the remnants of Article 370 File image of Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti PTI The Centre whenever such an eventuality has arisen in past in the apex court has always defended the case of the Jammu and Kashmir But Mufti seems to have been pushed to the wall in this case by the manner in which the country’s attorney general obviously representing the Centre’s point of view called for a "larger debate" on the issue casting an ominous shadow on the future of the alliance Mufti had recently warned the Centre that if there was any tinkering with Article 35A of the Constitution there will be no one to shoulder the tricolour in the state If Mufti is able to pull off a grand coalition of regional parties to work against the abrogation of state subject laws what will the future of the state look like But the question remains: Will the National Conference PDP Congress and other regional players come together to save the special status and state subject law of the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir If the developments in the Valley are any indicator it is quite likely to happen as the anger against the mainstream political players is spreading like wildfire There is no doubt that the abrogation of Article 35A has a potential to put Kashmir on a fire which will be beyond anyone’s control The anger is already simmering over the killings of teenage boys who have recently chosen the path of militancy and are being killed every other day The issue of Article 370 and Article 35A is a political hot potato that has the potential to unite people cutting across political ideologies Article 35A is a provision in the Indian Constitution which saved the ‘pre-existing State Subject Law’ of permanent residents of the state and their special rights and privileges It was added through the Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order 1954 issued under Article 370 According to the law there is a complete ban on the acquisition of immovable property by the non-permanent residents of the state like in Himachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh and other states The law defines permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir confers on them the special rights and privileges and also imposes restrictions on non-residents acquiring any property in the state In 1846 when the Dogra Maharaja brought the territory from the British empire under the Treaty of Amritsar he introduced the State Subject Law in order to safeguard the interests of his subjects from the onslaught of outsiders in January 1927 The order was in response to a demand made by Dogras and Kashmiri Pandits who feared that Punjabis were a threat to their stranglehold over their jobs Apart from imposing a complete ban on the acquisition of immovable property by the non-permanent residents of the state the law also declares that a non-resident of the state is disqualified for registration in the electoral roll as a voter and is disqualified to hold any government job in the state The state unit of the BJP has been maintaining that there would be no tampering with or challenge to any of the constitutional provisions of the state including Article 35-A till its alliance with PDP remains intact “I have already said it and I am saying it again: We are not interested in tampering with any of the constitutional provisions of J&K be it Article 35-A or Article 370” BJP’s chief spokesman for Jammu and Kashmir Sunil Sethi said Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz said on Tuesday that coming together of Opposition parties is the first step "The parties have adopted the right stance on Article 35-A The mainstream parties in J&K and the Hurriyat Conference are on the same page on this issue" he said “The trick that the RSS wants to play by asking the Supreme Court of India to revoke Article-35 A has the potential of creating commotion in the country especially in Jammu and Kashmir State” he added The state government in its draft objections likely to be submitted to the Supreme Court on Wednesday has stated that accession of Jammu and Kashmir to India is “limited in scope and not absolute” Sources said Mehbooba had told her top party leaders that they should be ready for any eventuality if the article is struck down in the Supreme Court That could well mean the end of the BJP-PDP alliance on the state also What will follow in Kashmir Valley is much more dangerous than what anyone can assume "It will spark an agitation on a much higher scale than 2008 Amarnath land row" Abdullah had said recently The land row besides crippling the economy and dividing the state along communal lines resulted in the killing of nearly 60 civilians mostly teenaged boys No one wants a repeat of that in Kashmir Kullu:Unfazed by the 8 November protest call by the Congress on the first anniversary of demonetisation Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sundaysaid burning effigies will not deter him from carrying forward the fight against corruption and black money Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Himachal Pradesh on Saturday PTI At poll rallies in Himachal Pradesh seeking support for a BJP government with three-fourth majority he accused former prime minister Indira Gandhi of not going for a note ban when needed and said he would not have had to carry out this big task had she taken the step years ago Modi said that over three lakh companies have shut down after demonetisation and a probe into 5000 such firms has found a fraud of Rs 4000 crore while investigation against others was on He said the Congress is "angry" at demonetisation as it is still feeling its effect and cited it as the reason for the party’s "mourning" by giving a public protest call `"Few people who faced the heat of demonetisation are still complaining and are planning to observe 8 November as ‘black day’ The Congress cannot scare me by burning my effigies" he said a well-attended poll rally in Kullu "The Congress is planning to observe ‘mourning’ in the coming week It has nothing to do except grieve in the coming days I do not fear burning of my effigies My fight against corruption will not stop" he also said at another rally in Palampur Modi said note ban had disturbed the sleep of Congresmen and their anger has not cooled alleging they had big bags and garages full of notes which were banned due to his decision The opposition parties including the Congress have said they would observe 8 November as "black day" across the country by organising protests and effigy burning besides candlelight marches The prime minister alleged that Indira Gandhi refused to carry out note ban after a panel headed by Yashwantrao Chavan recommended it alleging she kept her party’s interests over that of the nation "Had she done note ban when needed I would not have had to carry out this big task For the Congress it is never ‘dal se bada desh’ (country bigger than party) For them only their party’s interest comes first" he said "The Congress and corruption are inseparable they are like a tree and its roots All their leaders are out on bail after facing serious charges of corruption and they are speaking about putting a check on corruption" he said adding "Corruption is the only identity of the Congress party" He also claimed that the Congress is now "fearing" that he will bring a law to check benami property and book all those who have brought assets in the name of others as the opposition party had failed to do so when in power Modi said there were reports that around three lakh companies have shut down after demonetisation and a probe into financial dealings of 5000 such firms has revealed frauds to the tune of Rs 4000 crore "Imagine what will be the amount of fraud committed by three lakh companies" he said adding that some of these companies were such which dealt in black money worth crores of rupees but had only two chairs and a table in their offices Pledging his party’s support for the overall development of Himachal Pradesh he said the hill state needs to be freed of 5 Mafias – ‘Mining Mafia’ ‘Forest Mafia’ ‘Drug Mafia’ ‘Tender Mafia’ and ‘Transfer Mafia’

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