Some Interesting Facts About  The State of Jammu & Kashmir

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Before Article 370

– Jammu and Kashmir state’s legislature term is six-years unlike other state legislative assemblies in India.

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– State of Jammu and Kashmir has its separate state flag.

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– It’s not a criminal offense to insult India’s national symbols in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.

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– Excluding the laws regarding defense, foreign affairs, finance, and communication, most of the laws need approval by the State Government before they are executed in the State.

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– Citizens of Jammu & Kashmir are subject to the restrictive laws that come under the Constitution of the State of Jammu and Kashmir.

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– The State of Jammu & Kashmir doesn’t come under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India.

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– Surprisingly, the citizens of J & K have dual citizenship, which gets canceled upon marriage with citizens of the other states.

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– Shockingly, a Kashmiri woman will be stripped off of the citizenship if she marries a man from other Indian states; however, ironically, she won’t lose it if she marries a Pakistani man.

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– Indians from the other states can’t purchase any property in Jammu & Kashmir.

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– A Pakistani can get Indian citizenship if he marries a girl from Kashmir.

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These are some of the interesting facts regarding Article 370 explanation that all Indians must know.

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