Sheikh Abdullah And Nehru Agreement

  eduardo   Oct 07, 2021   Uncategorized   0 Comment

Article 370 was the by-product of the 1952 Delhi Agreement between Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Sheikh Abdullah. While Maharaja Hari Singh was relinquishing power, he was skeptical of Sheikh Abdullah. The head of the National Conference played an important role in the inclusion of some controversial clauses in the agreement to allow the state to legislate on state subjects that had left for Pakistan in 1947 due to internal unrest, in case of return. Accordingly, by Government Decree No. 251-JK (GAD) of 27.12.2019, the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir excluded Sheikh Abdullah`s birthday (5 December) from the list of UT public holidays for the calendar year 2020. In a completely Orwellan nightmare, the lion of Kashmir, who in those fateful days of October 1947 was on the front lines of efforts to ensure that Kashmir went with India rather than Pakistan, is today a traitor in the eyes of the current dispensation. On August 8, 1953, Dr. Karan Singh, son of former Maharajah Hari Singh, fired him as prime minister for losing the trust of his cabinet (not the house). [42] He was denied the opportunity to prove his majority on the floor of the house[43] and his anti-regime cabinet minister, Bakshi Ghulam Mohammed, was appointed prime minister. [44] Sheikh Abdullah was immediately arrested and then imprisoned for eleven years, accused of plotting against the state in the notorious “Kashmir conspiracy case.” [45] 5.

The Sadar-i-Riyasat, which corresponds to the governor of other states, is elected by the legislative branch of the state itself, instead of being appointed by the Union Government and the President of India. Sheikh Abdullah, who had thrown his lot with India with all his heart, was now seriously concerned about India`s secular credentials. His doubts were confirmed when praja Parishad, founded by SSR leader Balraj Madhok, launched an agitation against the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian Constitution, and called for “full integration of the state with the rest of India.”

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