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No government can change status of J&K: Congress Working Committee

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Published : Aug 7, 2019, 4:16 pm IST
Updated : Aug 7, 2019, 5:19 pm IST

The resolution further said that it deserved to be honoured until it was amended after consultation with all sections of people.

The committee also deplored the government's move to scrap article 370 which revokes J&K's special status saying that it was carried out in a 'unilateral, brazen and undemocratic manner,' the Congress posted on Twitter. (Photo: The committee also deplored the government's move to scrap article 370 which revokes J&K's special status saying that it was carried out in a 'unilateral, brazen and undemocratic manner,' the Congress posted on Twitter. (Photo: Twitter | @INCIndia)
 The committee also deplored the government's move to scrap article 370 which revokes J&K's special status saying that it was carried out in a 'unilateral, brazen and undemocratic manner,' the Congress posted on Twitter. (Photo: The committee also deplored the government's move to scrap article 370 which revokes J&K's special status saying that it was carried out in a 'unilateral, brazen and undemocratic manner,' the Congress posted on Twitter. (Photo: Twitter | @INCIndia)

Mumbai: After Congress Working Committee's (CWC) meeting on Tuesday, the key Congress leaders said that 'No government has the power to change it's status or divide it or reduce it to any part of a UT.'

The committee also deplored the government's move to scrap article 370 which revokes J&K's special status saying that it was carried out in a 'unilateral, brazen and undemocratic manner,' the Congress posted on Twitter.

 

Congress Working Committtee's resolution passed on Tuesday.Resolution adopted by the Congress Working Committee on the undemocratic abrogation by the BJP Govt of Article 370 of the Constitution of India. (Photo: Twitter | @INCIndia)

The resolution further said that it deserved to be honoured until it was amended after consultation with all sections of people and strictly in accordance with the Constitution of India.

Congress Working Committtee's resolution passed on Tuesday.

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