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J&K's Article 370 Scrapped, Netizens Resonate With Maj Gaurav Arya's Viral Take On Tukde Gang's JNU Return

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Published:

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  • In a tweet, Major Arya noted how JNU held a midnight emergency meeting to condemn the abrogation of Article 370
  • However, 2 hours after raising slogans, they went to sleep

After the resolution to abrogate Article 370 was passed in the Rajya Sabha on Monday, Major Gaurav Arya (Retired) in a sardonic tweet explained how after holding an emergency JNU meeting, the students went back to sleep within 2 hours. 

In a tweet, Major Arya noted how JNU held a midnight emergency meeting to condemn the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, they raised slogans like 'Bharat tere tukde honge' (India you will be divided) and later went on to say that after 'having achieved Azaadi of Kashmir and dismemberment of India by 2 AM, they went back to sleep'

He said: An emergency meeting was held at JNU at midnight. Abrogation of Article 370 was strongly condemned. Azaadi slogans were raised. “Bharat tere tukde honge” was the preferred chant. Having achieved Azaadi of Kashmir & the dismemberment of India by 2 am, they went back to sleep.

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Here's how people reacted to his tweet:

Article 370 scrapped

Along with the J&K (Reorganisation) Bill 2019, Home Minister Amit Shah proposed to repeal Article 370, that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, in the Rajya Sabha. President Ram Nath Kovind exercised his power under Clause 1 of Article 370 to scrap Article 370. With the order, Article 35A, which provided special privileges to “permanent residents" of the state has also been scrapped. Now, people from outside the state can buy property in the state. Earlier, the Article exempted the 'state' of Jammu and Kashmir from following the Indian Constitution except for Article 1 and itself. It also restricted Parliament's legislative powers in the 'state'.  

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