demographic changes in Kashmir
India has made major demographic changes in Kashmir, here on 2nd April 2020. The demographic changes are part of India’s extensive actions to control the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Order 2020 allows any Indian citizen to become a permanent resident of the State. Earlier, only the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir had this privilege.
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It means that the Indian government has given a last blow to Pakistani State. It has withdrawn any special rights of the State citizens. Moreover, it has embedded the State of Jammu and Kashmir in its own self. It may limit Pakistan to seek any remedy from international community.
Earlier, the Indian government had initiated a bill in its parliament to remove Article 370. Under Article 370, the special status of Kashmir ensured that it is a disputed region between India and Pakistan. It also disallowed transfer of property in the name of non-Kashmiri. This law ensured that the people of Kashmir owned the land of Kashmir.
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The Pakistani government had already raised huge voice against the action. Yet, it could not change the mood of Indian government.
Although, it would have called for a war between both countries in the previous years. The current situation has led Pakistan to stay on Twitter bashing alone.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan went on to condemn the Indian actions in his tweets.
Read what an Indian paper has written on the new law here: https://theprint.in/india/modi-govt-redefines-jk-domicile-rule-extends-it-to-those-who-have-lived-in-ut-for-15-yrs/392596/