The last ‘Sadr-e-Riyasat’ and the first Governor of Jammu and Kashmir said that the central government should give a ‘financial-cum-development package’ for the people of Jammu and Kashmir to help those people whose livelihood was in the last two years. badly affected over the years.
New Delhi. senior congress leader Karan Singh has Prime Minister Narendra Modi Terming the meeting with the leaders of Jammu and Kashmir as a “very positive step”, he said on Friday that full statehood should be restored before the assembly elections are held. He also said that such steps would help in “healing the wounds” of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. According to Karan Singh, son of Maharaja Hari Singh, who signed the terms of accession of Kashmir to India, prima facie it appears in his personal opinion that the decision to abrogate Article 370 is “irreversible”, although he insisted that That this matter is under consideration of the Supreme Court and now it should be decided there.
The last ‘Sadr-e-Riyasat’ and the first Governor of Jammu and Kashmir said that the central government should give a ‘financial-cum-development package’ for the people of Jammu and Kashmir to help those people whose livelihood was in the last two years. badly affected over the years. He made these remarks a day after the all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Modi on Jammu and Kashmir. Asked about the Prime Minister’s meeting with 14 prominent leaders of Jammu and Kashmir, 90-year-old Singh said, “I think it is a very positive step. First of all, everyone participated in this and those who were once described as anti-national came, both the National Conference and the PDP came.” He also said, “I believe that everyone openly expressed their views in the meeting and The Prime Minister listened to everyone one by one. I think it is a very positive step because something like this needed to happen to break the deadlock.”
According to the senior Congress leader, the political situation had come to a standstill after the change in the status of Jammu and Kashmir, so this meeting is the beginning of a political process which should be welcomed. Asked why most of the political parties in Jammu and Kashmir demanded restoration of full statehood, he said it was everyone’s view as there was no need in the state to make Jammu and Kashmir a Union Territory after the abrogation of Article 370. Did not appreciate Demanding restoration of full statehood before the elections, he said, “Full statehood is a universal demand. Now the first step is delimitation. The Delimitation Commission is already working and should submit its report soon. The next step after delimitation is elections. I am of the opinion that we should conduct elections in a full-fledged state.
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According to Karan Singh, it is an irony that his father had signed the Instrument of Accession for full statehood and ‘today we have to fight for full statehood’. Asked whether restoration of full statehood would end the ‘heart’s distance’, he said that it would help in healing the wounds of the people, but this one step alone will not be enough, it is definitely a big step. Will happen. On the demand of some Jammu and Kashmir leaders related to the restoration of Article 370, Singh said, “Prima facie it appears that these changes are irreversible, but the matter is sub judice in the Supreme Court and in such a situation we have to Not to elaborate on what should or should not happen on this.
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