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J&K completes 5 years under central rule

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Jammu and Kashmir on Monday completed five years under the rule of the Union government during which the union territory has witnessed a slew of developmental projects coupled with a remarkable decline in terrorism.
On August 5, 2019, the Centre revoked Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, and bifurcated the state into two Union territories — Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
The Union government has made a number of changes in Jammu and Kashmir in the past five years. These changes have been both political and economic in nature.
The most significant political change has been the abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. This article gave Jammu and Kashmir a special status, including the right to have its own constitution and flag.
The abrogation of Article 370 has made Jammu and Kashmir a Union Territory, like other parts of India.
Another political change has been the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories: Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. Ladakh is a predominantly Buddhist region, and it was separated from Jammu and Kashmir in order to give it more autonomy.
The Union government has also made changes to the laws governing Jammu and Kashmir. For example, it has made it easier for people from outside the state to buy land and property in Jammu and Kashmir. It has also made it easier for women who marry outside the state to inherit property.
The Union government has also made a number of economic changes in Jammu and Kashmir. It has approved a number of investment projects in the state, and it has also provided financial assistance to small businesses.
The Union government has also taken steps to improve the infrastructure in Jammu and Kashmir. It has built new roads and bridges, and it has also improved the power supply.
The Union government has also made changes to the education system in Jammu and Kashmir. It has increased the number of schools and colleges, and it has also introduced new curriculums.
The changes made by the Union government have had a mixed impact on Jammu and Kashmir. Some people have welcomed the changes, while others have opposed them.
Those who have welcomed the changes argue that they have brought much-needed development to Jammu and Kashmir. They point to the increase in investment, the improvement in infrastructure, and the reforms in the education system.
Those who have opposed the changes argue that they have eroded the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. They also argue that the changes have led to an increase in security forces in the state, which has made it difficult for people to live in peace.
It is too early to say what the long-term impact of the changes will be. However, it is clear that the Union government is committed to bringing about change in Jammu and Kashmir. And the last five years suggest that these changes have been successful.
In addition to these changes, there are a few other things that have happened in Jammu and Kashmir in the past five years.
For example, the number of tourists visiting the state has increased, and the economy has grown. However, there have also been some setbacks, such as the increase in violence in the Kashmir Valley.
Overall, the changes made by the Union government have had a significant impact on Jammu and Kashmir.

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