Governor Rule in J&K after dismissal of State Govt. only way out to save peace in the state.

Hon’ble Shri Modi Sahib,
I am taking this liberty to urge the Hon’ble Prime Minister to kindly invite at least five representatives from each political party recognised by the Election Commission of India in J&K. The representatives of Hurriyat Conference, not recognised by the Election Commission of India, may also be invited as a special case under the circumstances.
1. The opinion of each political party deserves to be considered by the Prime Minister under the present circumstances and the situation that has prompted in the state.
2. The Prime Minister may invite each group and seek the opinion of each political party as to what needs to be done to restore peace in the state.
3. The Hon’ble Prime Minister shall be doing a great service to integrate the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir with the rest of the country as was done by the Maharaja of J&K in 1947 by signing the Instrument of Accession on 26th October, 1947. The State of J&K has not been fully/constitutionally integrated with the rest of the country as has been done in respect of other 575 states which also integrated with the Union of India. Article 370 deserves urgent amendment as the temporary provisions of Article 370(3) has no constitutional mandate left. This is for the reason that State of J&K became integral part of the Union of India and the proviso in Article 370(3) turned redundant. Proviso in Article 370(3) was relevant only during the life of the Constituent Assembly of J&K. With the end of Constituent Assembly on 26th January, 1957 the proviso in sub-clause (3) of Article 370 also came to an end.
4. That the President of India after the collapse/end of the Constituent Assembly of J&K has been vested full powers as incorporated in Article 370 commanding that the President of India, “Shall have full power to introduce any change/amendment in any provision provided in Article 370”.
5. This is submitted that the President of India is competent to bring any change in any provision of the language of Article 370. The President is competent to make any amendment in the language of Article 370 which is still temporary.
6. That the President of India may intervene to ensure desired amendments in Article 370. He is competent to amend any language or contents of Article 370 to ensure that the integration of the State of J&K as desired by its ruler in 1947 is implemented and is enforced as was done by the Parliament in respect of other 575 states on 26th January, 1950.
7. The Hon’ble Prime Minister may invite representatives of political parties working in J&K including the national parties to seek their opinion separately. This shall help create confidence of the national and state political parties.
8. The Hon’ble President of India needs to be advised, though, there is no constitutional requirement to do so.
9. The Hon’ble Prime Minister should not think of the power hungry politicians and their desire to rule when the nation and particularly the people of J&K are looking for peace and end of bullet rule who they may be. Everybody in J&K looking for peace and end of bullet rule as J&K has witnessed during 100 years of Dogra Rule from 1846 to 1947. The people of J&K have been non-violent and peace-loving and they deserve to be governed by a peace-loving system. That is only Governor Rule which President of India is competent to invoke under Article 92 of J&K Constitution read with Article 370 of the Indian Constitution.
10. I in cooperation with several political parties of J&K including Hurriyat Conference made it possible to hold valuable conferences in J&K and in New Delhi in 2005 and 2007 during the Prime Minitership of Dr. Manmohan Singh. Almost all political parties from POK, and J&K attended those conferences with a clear message of peace and harmony. Dr. Karan Singh, Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Prof. Abdul Ghani Bhat from J&K as well as Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan (POK) and several legislators from both sides of J&K participated. It was a great message to seek resolution of the J&K problem without violence or use of guns. It was great and unique family get-together.
11. I would like to urge the Prime Minister of India to allow us to hold such a peace conference of the members of the split family once again. This shall be great contribution towards promoting peace with understanding between the people of the two families; India and Pakistan. People of India and Pakistan should be mobilized to live in peace and cooperation which is possible only through this effort. War/wars are no solution to any problem among the brethren Nations
With regards,