Goodbye, Article 370: Twitter is flooded with reactions on this historic move

From thanking PM Modi to calling the move illegal, Twitterati's diverse opinions are setting social media on fire over Article 370.

 |  3-minute read |   05-08-2019
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In a historic move, the government has revoked Article 370 of the Constitution that granted special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

main_article-370_1_080519122850.jpgNotification on Article 370 signed by the President of India. (Photo: Ministry of Law and Justice)

Even as the live updates from Parliament were coming in, social media is already ablaze with reactions to the revocation of Article 370.

From hailing the Prime Minister and Home Minister and thanking them for this historic moment, to calling the move to revoke Article 370 outright illegal and unconstitutional, and accusing the government of making a move to oppress Kashmiris, Twitterati, from journalists to netas, and activists to authors, had much to say on the subject.

Here are a few diverse opinions:  

Also read: Ladakh: The third, and most overlooked, part of J&K

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