India's Home Minister Amit Shah has announced the imposition of decades-long clause that gives special status to the state by imposing a state of emergency in Kashmir and house arrest of its political party leaders. The announcement of the cancellation of this special status is suddenly not a sudden decision of the Modi government. Rather, it is one of the old political agendas of the BJP. Political analysts see this as a conspiracy to free Kashmir, the only Muslim-dominated state in India. To understand why they think so, we need to know about that clause first. What is that Article of Jammu and Kashmir? Jammu and Kashmir was not a part of India during the partition of India in the 5th. There was an independent monarchy under Maharaja Hari Singh. But on October 22, when some hill dusters invaded Kashmir, King Hari Singh sought Indian help from India on the terms of India's Instrument of Accession. The provision for giving Jammu and Kashmir a special status of autonomy according to Article 1. At that time, no one could enter Kashmir without a permit. Within this section lies the history of Kashmir's annexation with India. Under this section, Jammu and Kashmir is an exceptional state - because in all cases except for some matters like defense, foreign affairs or communication, the consent of the state government is necessary if any Indian law is to be enforced there. The residents of this state also enjoy some advantages over the rest of the country on the question of citizenship, property ownership or basic rights. It also gave Jammu and Kashmir its own constitution and the independence of a separate flag. Apart from foreign affairs, defense and communication are guaranteed freedom in all other areas. According to this paragraph, only the permanent residents of Kashmir could legally buy land, get government jobs and conduct business there. Even if the women there married a non-Kashmiri man, they were deprived of their property rights. This was the strict application of this section. Now after repealing this clause, those obstacles will be completely gone. Then Hindus from other parts of India will rush to the valley like locusts. With the money they will occupy the rights of the ancestral land of the poor poor Kashmiris. In fact, the people of the oppressed valley have long been oppressed and discriminated against by Indian troops. Not only will the non-Muslims come here and buy land, they will be able to take advantage of it, including government jobs and scholarships. That is, day by day, the whole valley will be consumed by the residents, who have been proud of it for so long. As a matter of fact, this is only part of the conspiracy to derail India as a Muslim, which they have long been looking for. With the unimaginable majority of parliament in this year's Indian Lok Sabha elections, Modi has had the opportunity to implement the plot himself. Because in the Indian constitution, the repeal of Article VII of Kashmir was necessary to amend the constitution, which the President may amend by issuing a notice. In the meantime, a notice has also been issued by the BJP government that President Ram Nath Kovind has also signed. Not only in Kashmir, but also in different parts of India, Hindutva forces are gaining ground. Sometimes in the name of exorcism (Assam's NRC), sometimes or some other twist. Meanwhile, the Modi government's announcement of the cancellation of Kashmir's special status has triggered intense criticism all over India. Opposition Congress has criticized the abolition of this special power in Kashmir, saying the BJP has killed the constitution. And former Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mehboob has referred to today as the 'darkest day'. People's Democratic Party leader Mufti Mehboob tweeted on Monday that Amit Shah announced the cancellation of special status. He said, "Today is the darkest day in Indian democracy. This fact proves that the decision by the leaders of Jammu and Kashmir to join India was wrong, rejecting the bipartisan theory. The unilateral decision to repeal this paragraph is illegal and unconstitutional, which will make India a professional power in Jammu and Kashmir. '