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Abrogation of Article-370 end terrorism: Amit Shah

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Abrogation of Article-370 end terrorism; Union Home Minister Amit Shah is going to reach Jammu and Kashmir today for a three-day tour. After the removal of Article 370, the Home Minister is reaching Jammu and Kashmir for the first time, he called the abrogation of Article 370 the end of terrorism, nepotism, and corruption.

Abrogation of Article-370 end terrorism

Recently in Jammu and Kashmir, due to the killing of some civilians including Kashmiri Pandits, outsiders by terrorists, questions were being raised on law and order.

Addressing the youth of Jammu and Kashmir in Srinagar, he said that the youth of Jammu and Kashmir have to contribute in the development of the Union Territory and it is their responsibility.

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He further said that after the historic decision of the Center in 2019, terrorism has reduced and stone pelting has become invisible. “I want to assure you that strict action will be taken against those who want to ruin the peace of Jammu and Kashmir, no one can hinder development here. This is our commitment,” he said.

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“It is a very happy moment for me because, after the security review meeting, I am doing an event with the youth of the youth club,” he said.

Stating that Kashmir has seen a new beginning, the Home Minister said: “From fear, terrorism, corruption and family-based politics to peace, development, and prosperity. The youth of Jammu and Kashmir has further strengthened this change.

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Jammu and Kashmir were earlier bifurcated into two union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh on August 5, 2019. Article 370 and 35(A) were repealed, which gave special status to the erstwhile state and empowered it to define its domicile rules.

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