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Article 370 Scrapped: Ekta Kaul, Mohit Raina, Gul Panag and Kangana Ranaut express joy and relief
Amit Shah announced the government’s decision to revoke Article 370 (which gives Jammu and Kashmir special autonomous rights) and it has woken up the entire nation. The central government has decided to turn the state into two union territories. One will be Jammu and Kashmir and it will have legislature and another would be Ladakh and it will be without legislature. Bollywood celebs, who are quite active when it comes to social issues, have already started giving their opinion on the same.
Check out the list of celebs and what they have to say on Article 370 that has been scrapped.
The actress welcomed the move made by the government and was all praise for the decision. An official statement has been posted on her team’s Instagram handle where she talks about the same. Check out the post right here.
The beautiful actress has also shared her happiness. In a recent conversation with Times Of India, Ekta said, “My father woke me up telling me to watch the news. I am very happy and relieved. He said, ‘It is your state again’. He told me it is a good thing that has happened. We are actually celebrating.” She also revealed that she always wanted to buy a piece of land and go back to her birthplace.
The actress, who is a Kashmiri Pandit, concluded saying, “I feel it is a positive step that the Government has taken. Aage kya hoga pata nahi (Don’t know what will happen next. We have to wait and watch. It’s a great step. Also, I am hopeful employment will improve.”
The actor, who marked his Bollywood debut with the army drama – ‘Uri’, hails from Jammu. While talking about the government’s decision of scraping Article 15, he told IANS, “Today is a historic day for the Indian Constitution. This was long pending. The common man in the Valley has been deprived of basic rights, like education and employment.”
“This movement will only bring Kashmir to the forefront for the right reasons. Investors will create numerous job opportunities for the common man that, in turn, will boost the economy of the state. Also, the youth will not fall prey to people with malicious intentions, which will indirectly reduce violence in the Valley. After the sacrifice of lakhs of Indian soldiers and innocent people for the last 30 years, today, thanks to our honorable Prime Minister, we have been able to witness this historic day. Jai Hind,” he concluded saying.
The actress took to her Twitter account and welcomed the decision of the Indian government with a series of tweets on her official handle.
I do hope that the lives of the average Kashmiri will change for the better in the future. And also, for now, that their connectivity is restored so we can hear what they have to say too.#370Abolished
— Gul Panag (@GulPanag) August 5, 2019
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