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Centre will show large heartedness towards J&K, says Amit Shah

The Home Minister said the Modi govt was committed to preserving "Kashmiriyat" and detailed the funds spent in the state, particularly on security infrastructure

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Archis Mohan New Delhi
Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday told the Lok Sabha that the Narendra Modi government would ensure free and fair elections in Jammu & Kashmir as soon as the Ele­ction Commission anno­u­n­ces the poll schedule for the state.
 
Shah piloted the J&K reservation (amendment) Bill and a resolution to extend central rule by six months in the state, both of which the Lok Sabha passed by a voice vote. In his maiden speech in the Lok Sabha, Shah said, “Article 370 of the Constitution is not permanent.” Article 370 provides for special status to J&K, and one of BJP’s

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First Published: Jun 28 2019 | 11:52 PM IST

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