After three years of abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, BJP celebrated, PDP took out a protest march

After three years of abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, BJP celebrated, PDP took out a protest march

Srinagar. The bold decision taken on August 5, 2019, to remove Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, is showing positive results. The people of the entire Jammu and Kashmir are getting the benefits of central schemes, but due to the improvement in the situation, the arrival of tourists has also increased, due to which the economy of this union territory has improved tremendously. After the abrogation of Article 370, terrorism has also been eliminated from Jammu and Kashmir rapidly. Due to better opportunities, youth are also making their career in mainstream fields. Apart from this, development projects have also brought a big change in the lives of the people. Be it the Amarnath Yatra or the fair held in the court of Mata Kheer Bhavani, all the previous records have been broken due to the large number of devotees coming here from all over the country. Today, the video of Prime Minister Modi is also going viral on social media, in which he told the Parliament that after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, what were the major administrative changes.

Talking about the politics happening in Jammu and Kashmir on the completion of three years after the abrogation of Article 370, PDP workers demonstrated in the press enclave of Srinagar, while BJP workers organized conferences and changed the face of Jammu and Kashmir and the people here. Discussed the benefits being received. Jammu and Kashmir BJP President Ravindra Raina while addressing an event said that Article 370 was not in the interest of any person of Jammu and Kashmir.

At the same time, PDP workers protested in Srinagar and demanded the restoration of 370. Party chief Mehbooba Mufti also participated in the protest and raised slogans to withdraw the black law of black days. On the other hand, Vijay Kumar, ADGP of Kashmir Police has said that in the last 3 years, no civilian has died in firing by police or security forces. He said incidents of stone pelting at the encounter site have also stopped. Vijay Kumar said that a good atmosphere is being created by this.

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