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Contemporary Development of New Fangled Kashmir, Socio-Economical Impact on Historical Constitutional Changes

Author Name : Dr. Sumanta Bhattacharya, Bhavneet Kaur Sachdev


Kashmir since Independence has been a topic of concern across the globe, because of it being a centre of terrorism and cross-border conflict between Indo-Pakistan and Indo-China. Kashmir is a burning topic and a International threat to global security and in particular to India security. Revocation of Article 370 and 35A from the Constitution of India has changed the overall situation in Kashmir and its relation with its neighbourhood countries both in a positive and negative way. It has affected the foreign policy trade relation, experienced counter terrorism strikes and involvement of United Nations. The ultimate aim for the revocation of article 370 was to attempt by the government was bring about peace and security in Kashmir and work for its overall development and socio-economic stability, with opening up of IITs, engineering and medical colleges, providing employment facilities. However the situation has turned out to be worst in some parts of Kashmir, resulting in curfew for months and protest all over Kashmir. We need to use technology and scientific invention for the development , safety and security of the people of Kashmir, proper loan , insurance , business loan facilities , bring the youth together for fostering the growth of Kashmir , simple tax system , eradication of terrorism using satellite security system , forecasting the heritage of  Kashmir , telecommunication , network facilities , making Kashmir digitalised.

Keywords: Kashmir, Terrorism, Security, Science and Technology, Bilateral relations, Counter Terrorism, Indo-Pakistan, Indo-china conflict, revocation of Article 370