Jammu and Kashmir may get back statehood, PM to discuss blueprint on June 24

J&K, 20/6 (AO Bureau): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks on ‘statehood’ during talks with the regional parties of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. Earlier, two important meetings on Jammu and Kashmir were also held in Delhi on Friday. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval was working for several months on the strategy to give statehood to Jammu and Kashmir again. News18 has got this information through official sources.
Sources with knowledge of the matter say that the state status can be given to Jammu and Kashmir soon. In the past, a promise was also made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah regarding this. However, there will be no talks about the special status of the region.
On 5 August 2019, the Central Government stripped Jammu and Kashmir of its special status and divided it into two union territories. First Jammu and Kashmir and second Ladakh. After this historic decision of the government, restrictions were imposed on many leaders in the Valley. Gradually the administration lifted all the restrictions and the detained leaders were also released.
apprehensions will end
Now the re-gaining of statehood to Jammu and Kashmir can be seen as a big success of the NDA government. Because after this decision of the government, all those apprehensions will end under which questions were being raised on the complete merger of Jammu and Kashmir with India.
The government now seems to have achieved all its strategic objectives.
After bifurcating Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, the government now seems to be achieving all its strategic objectives. The security situation in Kashmir is under control, last year’s District Development Council elections were settled peacefully, the leaders who were detained are now ready to do politics, and the ceasefire with Pakistan is also working well

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