Will the 370 be reinstated if the Congress government is formed? Why did Jairam-Chidambaram rain on Azad?

New Delhi: Congress has accused its former leader Ghulam Nabi Azad of changing its position on Article 370 after leaving the party. The party said Azad had changed its position on the Center’s decision to repeal the provisions of 370 and that its “lies” (Azad) on the matter should be exposed. Azad had recently said he would not mislead people on the issue of Article 370, as only a government with a two-thirds majority in parliament can guarantee the reinstatement of the provisions.

The former Union minister had also said he would not raise issues over which he had no control. In fact, the head of the Congress Jammu and Kashmir Unit, Ghulam Ahmad Mir, had asked in a tweet if Azad had signed the resolution of the Congress Working Committee following the Center’s decision to repeal the provisions of Article 370. Reacting to this, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said, “Of course he (signed) did.

Ramesh tweeted: “I sat behind him in Parliament when he spoke against repealing Section 370. Their lies should be exposed. In an article in the ‘Indian Express’, senior Congress official and former Home Minister P. Chidambaram said that on August 5, 2019, the BJP government had taken the “extreme step” of scrapping the statute. Special Jammu and Kashmir and to divide the state. . It formed two union territories – Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

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The next day, the congressional working committee called an emergency meeting and passed a resolution, he said. “All CWC members agreed that the above measures were illegal and unconstitutional,” Chidambaram said.

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“These controversial measures have been challenged in the Supreme Court. If the higher court finds any or all of the steps unconstitutional, the steps will be reversed. Alternatively, if the Modi government is replaced by another government, it is possible that the new government will reverse some or all of the steps. Azad certainly knows all of this.

Chidambaram asked why then Azad said that a political party promising to restore Article 370 was “lying” to the people.


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