Article 370 and removal of Kashmir's special status: Devil lies in ways which Article 367(4) will now apply to Jammu and Kashmir
The Union Government passed a Presidential Order under Article 370 (1) of the Indian Constitution, to supersede the 1954 Presidential Order, which, along with several other Presidential Orders, specifies which provisions of India's Constitution apply to Jammu and Kashmir. This Presidential Order is unique in that it lays out most of the details on the special status accorded to Jammu and Kashmir under the Indian Constitution.
Article 370 revoked: Student outfits toe respective parent party line in protests; BJP supporters celebrate
The RS on Monday approved a resolution scrapping provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and passed another Bill approving the bifurcation of the state into two Union territories, amid protests by the Opposition
Article 370 revoked: 'Jammu and Kashmir will lose its Muslim-majority character,' say Kashmiris fearful of fresh violence in Valley
A resident of Srinagar said though the state's ruling parties rendered Article 370 a mere skeleton over the last 70 years in collusion with the different governments at the Centre, its scrapping is bound to provoke the people to vent their anger.
Rise in pan-Islamist militancy in Kashmir, possible Taliban rule in Afghanistan: BJP couldn't have picked a worse time to scrap Article 370, 35A
Quite apart from its merits or demerits, the timing of the Union government’s revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status could not have been worse. This is true at the international level, quite different from the local level. This is the annual tourist season in the Kashmir Valley, when those connected to this industry expect to make a large part of their annual income.