Indian top court issue notices to Modi govt on petitions regarding Article 370

New Delhi – On Wednesday, the Indian Supreme Court announced a notice to the Indian Federal Government about a petition challenging Article 370 and captured Kashmir by constructing a five referee constitutional bench to hear the petition in the first week of October.

During the hearing, Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi replied to the central government and others within seven days, allowing CPI (M) Secretary-General Sitaram Yechury and Delhi's Jamia Millia University student to visit Kashmir.

It is also mentioned here that a petition was submitted for President Cita Ram Ye Churi's detention of Kashmir politicians and the detention of Party Secretary-General Mohamed Yusuf Tarigami. The petition also disputes the Modi government's decision to withdraw Article 370 and the imposition of curfew on occupied Kashmir.

On August 5, India abolished Article 370 and withdrew the special status that occupied Kashmir. Following this measure, the Modi government put Kashmir politicians under house arrest, increasing the number of Indian troops in conflict zones and imposing curfew.

The curfew and media blackouts have improved the public problems of the valley, accused internationally and by Indian opposition leaders.

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