India’s Supreme Court issues notice to govt on petitions regarding revocation of Article 370 – World

The Supreme Court of India issued a notice to the federal government on Wednesday about all petitions that challenge the revocation of article 370.

The Supreme Court held a preliminary hearing today on 14 petitions, which relate to Article 370 and the subsequent closure in the region, and said five judges will begin a regular hearing in October.

"If a notice is issued, it will have cross-border repercussions. It will be misused," said the Attorney General.

The President of the Supreme Court, Ranjan Gogi, and two other judges rejected the government's opposition to a notice on the issue, as Pakistan can cite it at the United Nations.

Attorney General K.K. Venugopal said he and another law enforcement officer represented the government in court.

"We know what to do, we have approved the order, we will not change," said the Press Trust of India The news agency cited the judges.

While listening to a request from Kashmir Times Executive editor Anuradha Bhasin, who demands the end of communications restrictions in the busy Jammu and Kashmir, the higher court issued another notice to the government and requested a detailed response within a week, AND ME reported.

"It's the 24th of [the] blackout. Even a doctor who talked to the media was quickly taken, "said Vrinda Grover, arguing on behalf of the petitioner, according to India today.

The Associated Press He said the bank ordered the government to inform the court about the restrictions of the media imposed on occupied Kashmir.

The bank, in another petition, rejected a request from the federal government to appoint an interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir.

Hindustan Times He reported that the court allowed the secretary general of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), Sitaram Yechury, and a Kashmir student who would like to meet with his parents to visit occupied Kashmir, and asked both of them to submit a report when they return.

On August 5, the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped the cashmere of constitutional rights they had for seven decades through a hasty presidential order. An indefinite curfew was imposed on occupied Kashmir and elected leaders were placed under house arrest. The repression has entered its 24th day.

By repealing article 370 of the constitution, people from the rest of India will now have the right to acquire property in Kashmir and settle there permanently. The cashmere, as well as critics of the Hindu government led by Hindu nationalists, see the movement as an attempt to dilute the demography of Kashmir occupied by a Muslim majority with Hindu settlers.



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