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Abrogation Of Article 370 In Jammu & Kashmir: Five Big Questions Confronting The Narendra Modi Government

Soli Sorabjee, Subhash Kashyap,Faizan Mustafa,Colin Gonsalves and Shadan Farasat tell Outlook whether the government’s decision to scrap Article 370 would stand judicial scrutiny.

Abrogation Of Article 370 In Jammu & Kashmir: Five Big Questions Confronting The Narendra Modi Government Photograph by PTI

The BJP’s promise to do away with Article 370, which gave special  status to Jammu and Kashmir, was fulfilled in a matter of days, while the Valley remained under curfew and cut off from the rest of the world, with no phones or internet, former CMs detained and the media unable to function. Outlook spoke with former ­attorney-general Soli Sorabjee, former Lok Sabha secretary-general ­Subhash Kashyap, NALSAR University of Law vice chancellor Faizan Mustafa, and Supreme Court advocates Colin Gonsalves and Shadan Farasat about whether the government’s action would stand judicial scrutiny.

Q1: The way it was done, is it legally tenable?

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