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Article 370A Constitutional History of Jammu and Kashmir$
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A. G. Noorani

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780198074083

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198074083.001.0001

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Negotiating the Delhi Agreement

Negotiating the Delhi Agreement

1952

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(p.123) Chapter 4 Negotiating the Delhi Agreement
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Article 370
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A.G. Noorani

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198074083.003.0005

This chapter presents Nehru’s notes on Constituent changes in Kashmir, dated 3 June 1952, on Jammu & Kashmir’s status in the Indian Union, on recording his plans for Kashmir’s integration and delegation; and Nehru’s statement in the Lok Sabha on 24 July 1952 about the Delhi Agreement. It presents Nehru’s various letters to Abdullah on 5 June 1952, to President Rajendra Prasad on 19 June, to Karan Singh on 26 July, to Abdullah on 29 July, to Sheikh Abdullah on 1 August and 7 August. It also cites the white paper of the Government of J&K on the Delhi Agreement entitled ‘India and Kashmir — Constitutional Aspect’ and Sheikh Abdullah’s statement on the Delhi Agreement in the State’s Constituent Assembly on 11 August 1952.

Keywords:   Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Union, Lok Sabha, Delhi Agreement, Sheikh Abdullah, Nehru, Constituent Assembly, Karan Singh, Rajendra Prasad, white paper

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