Article 370 Supreme Court Verdict: The Supreme Court‘s five-judge Constitution panel has ruled on the cases contesting the repeal of Article 370. Jammu & Kashmir, according to CJI Chandrachud, is an integral part of India. It is inappropriate, he argued, to contest the Center’s decision.
It is not possible to challenge any decision made by the Center on behalf of the state, according to the CJI. As a result, there will be chaos and confusion, and state government operations will stall.
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Supreme Court’s decision on Article 370
The Chief Justice stated that the President’s decision is legitimate. Jammu & Kashmir is subject to all of the Indian Constitution’s provisions.
According to the CJI, the President of India is not bound by the recommendations of the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to CJI, we order the immediate restoration of statehood in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Chief Justice of India declared that we have instructed the Election Commission to set up elections for the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly by September 30, 2024.
According to the CJI, the President does not need to issue an order on Article 370 based solely on the Jammu and Kashmir Constituent Assembly’s suggestion.