On August 5, 2019, the Modi-drove BJP government in India repudiated Articles 35A and 370 of the Indian constitution, removed the self-governance of the territory of Jammu and Kashmir, allowed Hindus to buy property and relocate to the state, and bifurcated the state into two Union Territories. As referenced in The New York Times on 4 March 2020, Articles 35-An and 370 of India’s constitution gave Kashmir unique securities against Indian migration and property possession.
These moves were made by the Modi government to for all time coordinate Jammu and Kashmir with India without the desire of the individuals of the state. Furthermore, dreading the reaction to the renouncement orders, India expanded its troop level in Kashmir from 700,000 (as of now there to squash the Kashmiris’ continuous opportunity barely) 1100,000, imprisoned Kashmiri pioneers and youth, and held the Kashmiris under a lockdown and a check in time.
Modi August 5 activities were likewise in distinct infringement of the UNSC Resolutions of 1948/49 on the Kashmir struggle. The goals expressed that a plebiscite would be held in Jammu and Kashmir to decide if the individuals needed their state to join Pakistan or India. Be that as it may, India never helped out the UNSC to hold a plebiscite.