MPs urged to amend Art. 370 to empower Parliament to legislate on national subjects for security of state

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council made a compassionate appeal to the Parliament of India to amend temporary provisions in Article 370 which have outlived their utility rather have proved counter-productive threatening the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation. He blamed the undesirable and dangerous provisions which were inserted in 1950 by the Constituent Assembly under pressure though, temporarily, which have done unimaginable damage to the national interest, national economy and to the political stability in the country. Article 370 (1)(d) has put a blanket ban on the legislative power of Parliament which says that, “No such order (legislation vis-à-vis J&K)which relates to the matters specified in the Instrument of Accession of the State referred to in paragraph (i) of sub-clause (b) shall be issued except in consultation with the Government of the State.” It further makes it conditional that Presidential Order to issue any rule or make a Law in respect of Defence, Foreign Affairs or Communications shall not be issued except with the concurrence of J&K Government. Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council made a compassionate appeal to the Parliament of India to amend temporary provisions in Article 370 which have outlived their utility rather have proved counter-productive threatening the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation. He blamed the undesirable and dangerous provisions which were inserted in 1950 by the Constituent Assembly under pressure though, temporarily, which have done unimaginable damage to the national interest, national economy and to the political stability in the country. Article 370 (1)(d) has put a blanket ban on the legislative power of Parliament which says that, “No such order (legislation vis-à-vis J&K)which relates to the matters specified in the Instrument of Accession of the State referred to in paragraph (i) of sub-clause (b) shall be issued except in consultation with the Government of the State.” It further makes it conditional that Presidential Order to issue any rule or make a Law in respect of Defence, Foreign Affairs or Communications shall not be issued except with the concurrence of J&K Government.
In his communication addressed to the Members of Parliament irrespective of their political affiliation, Prof. Bhim Singh who is also Senior Executive Member of the Supreme Court of Bar Association has emphasized the need to amend Article 370, which needs only majority in the Parliament so as to empower the Parliament to legislate in respect of matters listed in the Central List so that the people of J&K are not treated like subjects and the President of India does not exercise power of the viceroy.
NPP Supremo has been wading for 55 years in the political jungles of J&K and his advice has to be valued by the Parliament of India in case the Parliament of India is sincere to preserve the National Integrity and remove the cracks appearing in the threshold of J&K.
Prof. Bhim Singh has suggested that heterogeneous union of J&K, which was in necessity in 1846, is no more beneficial in the national interest. The three regions of J&K should be brought under a confederation of Ladakh, Kashmir Valley & Jammu Pradesh with separate legislatures and administration allowing Civil Secretariats to run around the year in Srinagar as well as in Jammu. This is the only way to defeat the hanging Dixon Plan planted by Jewish Judge of the Australian High Court by the Anglo-American Bloc in 1951.
Prof. Bhim Singh has also appealed to the intellectuals and members of the civil society to read the writings on the walls of 21st century by accepting the ground realities related to history, geography and cultural entity of the three regions of the State.hree regions of the State.

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Member of National Integration Council made a compassionate appeal to the Parliament of India to amend temporary provisions in Article 370 which have outlived their utility rather have proved counter-productive threatening the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation. He blamed the undesirable and dangerous provisions which were inserted in 1950 by the Constituent Assembly under pressure though, temporarily, which have done unimaginable damage to the national interest, national economy and to the political stability in the country. Article 370 (1)(d) has put a blanket ban on the legislative power of Parliament which says that, “No such order (legislation vis-à-vis J&K)which relates to the matters specified in the Instrument of Accession of the State referred to in paragraph (i) of sub-clause (b) shall be issued except in consultation with the Government of the State.” It further makes it conditional that Presidential Order to issue any rule or make a Law in respect of Defence, Foreign Affairs or Communications shall not be issued except with the concurrence of J&K Government.
In his communication addressed to the Members of Parliament irrespective of their political affiliation, Prof. Bhim Singh who is also Senior Executive Member of the Supreme Court of Bar Association has emphasized the need to amend Article 370, which needs only majority in the Parliament so as to empower the Parliament to legislate in respect of matters listed in the Central List so that the people of J&K are not treated like subjects and the President of India does not exercise power of the viceroy.
NPP Supremo has been wading for 55 years in the political jungles of J&K and his advice has to be valued by the Parliament of India in case the Parliament of India is sincere to preserve the National Integrity and remove the cracks appearing in the threshold of J&K.
Prof. Bhim Singh has suggested that heterogeneous union of J&K, which was in necessity in 1846, is no more beneficial in the national interest. The three regions of J&K should be brought under a confederation of Ladakh, Kashmir Valley & Jammu Pradesh with separate legislatures and administration allowing Civil Secretariats to run around the year in Srinagar as well as in Jammu. This is the only way to defeat the hanging Dixon Plan planted by Jewish Judge of the Australian High Court by the Anglo-American Bloc in 1951.
Prof. Bhim Singh has also appealed to the intellectuals and members of the civil society to read the writings on the walls of 21st century by accepting the ground realities related to history, geography and cultural entity of the three regions of the State.