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Jammu And Kashmir : Statehood Would Be Restored Once Situation Returns To Normalcy- Amit Shah

File Picture : Twitter / ANI
File Picture : Twitter / ANI

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said Jammu and Kashmir will not remain a Union Territory (UT) forever and the statehood to it would be restored once the security situation is improved there.

Interacting with the probationers of the 2018 batch of the Indian Police Service (IPS) here, Shah also said “not a single bullet has been fired or not a single person has died” after the abrogation of the special status given to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 and its division into two UTs on August 5.

Shah said Jammu and Kashmir would not remain a UT forever and the statehood would be returned once situation is normalised, according to an official release.

The home minister said the notion that only the Article 370 protected the Kashmiri culture and identity was a wrong one, saying all regional identities are inherently protected by the Indian constitution.

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