Former Occupied Kashmir bureaucrat Shah Faisal and social activist Shahla Rashid have challenged the Modi government’s decision to abolish the special status of occupied Kashmir in the Indian Supreme Court.
According to the details, the decision to abolish Article 370 in occupied Kashmir has been challenged in the Indian Supreme Court.
A petition against the decision was filed by former Kashmiri bureaucrat Shah Faisal, Shahla Rashid and will be heard tomorrow.
The Indian Advocate ML Sharma, along with Mohammed Akbar Lone, leader of the occupied Kashmir National Conference and retired Justice Hassan Masoodi, challenged the cancellation of Article 370 in the Supreme Court.
At the hearing, Indian Chief Justice Ranjan Gogi objected to the request for termination of the occupied Kashmir, saying that there was nothing in this petition, why not submit the application on technical grounds.
The Judicial Activism Panel had sent a petition to the Indian Supreme Court challenging 370A, in which the Chief Justice of India requested to take notice of the special status of occupied Kashmir.
It should be noted that the Jammu and Kashmir occupied by the Indian Constitution had a special status, but the Modi government abolished Article 370 and abolished this special status.