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No Force, Earthly or Otherwise, Can Bring Back Article 370: PM Modi

No Force, Earthly or Otherwise, Can Bring Back Article 370: PM Modi

With a strong statement stating that no force, earthly or otherwise, can restore the repealed laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has defended his government’s decision to remove Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. In an interview with the Hindi daily Dainik Jagran, Modi highlighted the recent confirmation of the action by the Supreme Court as more evidence of its efficacy and legitimacy.

Drawing a sharp distinction between the pre- and post-revocation situations, Modi praised J&K and Ladakh’s change. He claimed that these areas are no longer associated with terrorism and are now popular tourist destinations that welcome both tourists and filmmakers. Once a common method of protest, stone-pelting is now a thing of the past, replaced by a thriving economy and a sense of normalcy.

Modi said, “Kashmiri families have welcomed the change,” confronting his critics head-on. “No power in this universe can bring back Article 370,” he declared emphatically, brushing off worries and criticisms as politically motivated attempts to cause confusion.

This clear and definitive declaration signifies the government’s unwavering commitment to its J&K policy. Undoubtedly, the latest ruling by the Supreme Court has strengthened its stance and offered legal support for the controversial action.

But there are still disagreements on the matter, including those pertaining to political engagement, human rights, and the region’s long-term stability. While Modi emphasises the benefits to the economy and society, some argue that the revocation of Article 370 threatens the distinct identity and autonomy of Kashmiris.

The message from the prime minister is obviously an effort to increase public support for the government’s position. It remains to be seen whether it eases current tensions or creates a path for reconciliation and long-term peace in J&K.



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