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Kashmir: Myth of Autonomy

M.K. Teng (Author)
Synopsis The special constitutional position the Jammu and Kashmir was accorded in 1950, when the Constitution of India was framed, envisaged the exclusion of the state from the constitutional organisation of India as well as its federal division of powers. Jammu and Kashmir, in spite of its accession to India, remained a state apart from the political organisation of India; independent of its constitutional and federal imperatives. In the present study an attempt has been made to trace the events from the Indian Constitutional and its federal division of powers. An attempt has also been made to analyse the constitutional relationship between the state and the Union of India over the years after the Constitutional of India was promulgated. An effort has also been made to analyse the impact of the isolation of the state from the national mainstream and its effect on the integration of the state in the Indian political culture.
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Title Kashmir: Myth of Autonomy
Author M.K. Teng
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788174889331
length viii+223p., 23cm.
Subjects History