Wednesday , May 27 2020

Hearing in Indian Supreme Court against cancellation of Article 370


The Indian Supreme Court has given 4 weeks’ time for the government to respond to Article 370 of the Constitution removing special status to the Indian occupied Kashmir.

The Indian Supreme Court heard the petition on sanctions in Article 370, including the cancellation of Article 370. The Central Government of India sought 4 weeks’ time to file a response in this regard and decided that there are 10 petitions for which each will be filed separately.

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It should be remembered that in the last few days, the Supreme Court of India had ordered the Indian government to restore normalcy during the hearing on a petition regarding the removal of sanctions in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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