Sat. Mar 2nd, 2024


An unique nationwide survey performed by CVoter quickly after the Supreme Court upheld the abrogation of Article 370 as legitimate reveals {that a} huge majority of the respondents have welcomed the decision.

Overall, seven out of each 10 respondents have acknowledged that they agree with the SC verdict. Not surprisingly, whereas four-fifth of NDA supporters agree with the decision, a decrease 61 per cent of Opposition supporters share the view.

The divergence is seen on different points too. While three-fourth of NDA supporters really feel the present regime is treating the individuals of Jammu & Kashmir properly, a shade lower than half of Opposition supporters share the identical view.

While Indians general have supported the abrogation and the decision, individuals residing within the Kashmir Valley disagree. For occasion, about 51 per cent respondents residing within the Kashmir Valley say that they don’t agree with the Supreme Court verdict. Similarly, about 52 per cent of the individuals within the Valley say the present regime isn’t treating them properly.

Besides, near two-third are against the concept of Indians from different states shopping for property and settling down in J&K, whereas greater than 77 per cent in remainder of India really feel the opposite method spherical.

Since 1952, Article 370 and Article 35 had been operational in Jammu & Kashmir, giving the state a novel and particular identification together with substantive powers to decide on which legal guidelines handed by the Indian Parliament can be applied within the state.

On August 5, 2019, quickly after profitable an enormous mandate within the Lok Sabha elections, the present regime handed a Bill in each the Houses of the Parliament abrogating Article 370.

More than 20 petitions difficult the choice had been filed within the Supreme Court, which clubbed them collectively.

On Monday, a five-judge bench handed a unanimous verdict upholding the abrogation of Article 370.

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