“Several Positives” In Kashmir Move, Says Congress’s Karan Singh

“Several Positives” In Kashmir Move, Says Congress’s Karan Singh

Congress leader Karan Singh, whose father signed the terms of Kashmir’s accession in 1947, said today he did not agree with a “blanket condemnation” of the centre’s decisions, which, he said, were “unusually fast and caught all of us completely by surprise”. The decisions would have far-reaching implications on many levels, said Karan Singh, the last Sadr-e-Riyasat and first governor of the state. “There are several positive points. Ladakh’s emergence as a Union Territory is to be welcomed,” Mr Singh, 88, said in a statement three days after the centre ended Jammu and Kashmir’s special status under Article 370 and announced that it would be split into two Union territories — Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir.

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