जाने आर्टिकल (35) ए का इतिहास क्यों बना जम्मू में बबाल।
जाने आर्टिकल (35) ए का इतिहास क्यों बना जम्मू में बबाल। Know the history of 35A, why there is a ruckus in Jammu and Kashmir
- ByAnkit Mourya --
Know the history of 35A, why there is a ruckus in Jammu and Kashmir
It was also said in the PIL filed in the Supreme Court seeking to abolish Article 35A, the temporary provision of special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
Article 35A violates the fundamental right of a woman by denying her rights in property to her children after marrying a man of her choice. If a woman marries a man who does not have a permanent residence certificate of Kashmir, then her children neither get a permanent residence certificate, Nor share in property. They are not considered fit to get a share in the property even if the woman has the citizenship of Kashmir. This article also gives a free hand to those workers and natives who violate the fundamental rights of people belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Who have been residing in Kashmir for many generations. The Dalits and Valmikis who were brought to the state of Jammu and Kashmir between 1950-60 , He was given a permanent residence certificate on the condition that he and his future generations could stay in the state only, When they remain scavengers. Today, even after serving six decades in the state, the children of those manual scavengers are scavengers and have no right to choose any other profession. In the petition, Upadhyay argues that Article 35A gives the state government open freedom to discriminate between citizens of India on an unreasonable ground. In this, preference is given to giving rights to the other while trampling on the rights of one. Non-residents are barred from buying property, getting government jobs or voting in local elections. Non-residents are barred from buying property, getting government jobs or voting in local elections. The President of India added Article 35A to the Constitution by an executive order, Although Article 370 does not confer legislative powers to the President to amend the Constitution of India. Article 35A not only violates the constitutional procedures established by law, but also violates the fundamental rights guaranteed in Articles 14, 15, 16, 19, 21 of the Constitution.