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Article 35A of the Constitution of India

Constitutional law regarding Jammu and Kashmir

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Article 35A of the Indian Constitution is an article that allows the Jammu and Kashmir state's legislature to define “permanent resident” of the state. It was added to the Constitution through a situationary Presidential Order, i.e., The Constitution Order, 1954 – issued by the President of India on 14 May 1954, exercising the powers conferred by the clause (1) of the Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, and with the concurrence of the Government of the State of Jammu and Kashmir.


If Supreme Court upholds validity of Article 35A, Centre will repeal it through presidential order: J&K BJP

The Jammu and Kashmir unit of the BJP Monday said if the Supreme Court upholds the validity of Article 35A of the Constitution, which provides special privileges to the trouble-torn state, the Centre..
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