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Ikk Jutt organizes seminar on Article 35-A
8/25/2018 10:09:03 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 25: Ikk Jutt Jammu organized a seminar on the topic Article 35-A: Jammu under Siege here today. The seminar was attended by a cross section of citizens across the Jammu province.
Main speakers in the seminar were Prof Madhu Kishwar, editor of Manushi, Sonam Mahajan a social media celebrity, Pawan Gupta, MLA, Prof Hari Om, historian, political analyst and columnist, B S Salathia, President Bar Association Jammu, Dr Ajay Chrungoo, Chairman, Panun Kashmir and Ankur Sharma, advocate and President, Ikk Jutt Jammu.
The programme started with Ganesha Poojan follows by Deep Prajwalan and a mesmerising presentation of the life history of Baba Sh. Kaliveer Ji by stage artists. Ashwani Sharma made the welcome address and Amit Gupta conducted the proceedings of the seminar. Sh Shailendra Aima offered vote of thanks after the completion of the proceedings.
The opening presentation was made by Prof Hari Om. In his opening remarks Prof Om explained how creation of Article 35-A was the subversion of the Constitution of India.
"Article 35-A is an act which was created bypassing the Parliament of India. It is an act which is a mockery of Constitution and was made applicable retrospectively from 1944, when India was even not a free republic and J&K was a Princely State. The act was a decisive blow to equality and freedom," he said
Pawan Gupta, MLA said that most dangerous implication of Article 35-A is the gender inequality; it has created females living in the state as second class citizens and deprived the children born of the women married outside the state the rights of normal citizens of the state.
Sonam Mahajan also supported the view that time has come to annul this act," If Supreme Court declares the act as unconstitutional it will be greatest service to the rule of law in this nation and sanctity of the Constitution of India as well as the Parliament.
Prof Madhu Kishwar said that Jinnah and Muslim League wanted to convert India into a Dar Al Islam. Dr Ajay Chrungoo in his address described Article 370 as the mother of subversion of Indian nation and 35-A as its child.
Ankur Sharma, President Ikk Jutt Jammu said that the act represented the endeavour to convert J&K into a Muslim state. It ensures perpetuation of Kashmiri hegemony against Jammu. Residents of Jammu province suffer a second class colonised subject class status. Article 35-A denies fundamental rights to lakhs of West Pakistani Refugees; brave Gorkhas and our Safai Karamcharis of Valmiki Samaj.
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