On August 5, 2019 i.e. 3 years ago from today, the Central Government had removed Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, which was in dispute for a long time. With this, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh were made separate union territories. Article 370 had given special rights to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, as one could buy land there. However, now after the removal of 370, there has been a lot of change in Kashmir, but there is still no reduction in terrorist attacks.
In such a situation, know that after the removal of Article 370, Kashmir has changed and what is happening in Kashmir. Based on the data given below, you can understand in which direction Kashmir is moving.
How many people bought the land?
According to the information given by the government in the Lok Sabha recently, so far 34 people from outside Jammu and Kashmir have bought property in the Union Territory. At the same time, three companies of Saudi Arabia are investing heavily in Jammu and Kashmir.
What is the status of terrorist attacks?
If we talk about terrorist attacks, then recently the data from 5 August 2019 to 26 January 2022 was presented in the Parliament. According to this data, 541 terrorist incidents have been registered at this time. In these terrorist incidents, 98 civilians, 439 terrorists were killed in the army operation. At the same time, 109 security force personnel have been martyred.
How many laws were implemented?
Let us inform that after the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, 890 central laws have been implemented there so far. Due to this, the law and order and many rules have become like other states of the country.
How about stone pelting?
According to reports, there were 2653 stone pelting incidents in the year 2016 and around 1400 incidents in 2017. At the same time, before the removal of 370, there were 1500 incidents in 2018 and about 2000 incidents in 2019. But after that it remained 255. From this it can be estimated that 90 percent of the incidents have come down. That is, now Kashmir is moving towards peace.
One, special attention has been given to Kashmir in the budget allocation by the central government. For example, a budget of Rs 28400 crore has been made to promote industrial activities. Along with this, 29030 thousand canal land banks have been created for industries in 2020-21. Apart from this, about 500 MoUs have been signed for investment and many stalled projects are being completed and work is being done on new projects.
Kashmir migrants also returned to Kashmir
After the removal of Article 370, about 2105 migrants have returned to the Kashmir Valley under the Prime Minister’s Development Package. Now through the development package, many facilities like jobs and living are being provided to the people. The number of appointments in 2020-21 was 841 and in 2021-22 the number of appointments was 1264.
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