Mumbai: The Central government on Monday announced the move to revoke Section 370 relating to Jammu and Kashmir. Industrialists said the withdrawal will provide equal opportunities to the people of the state like other citizens of the country and speed up development. Industrialists have said that with the removal of Article 370, the BJP government has fulfilled one of its important electoral promises.
Rajeev Talwar, president of the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the country's premier industry body, said, "The departure will pave the way for a large scale investment in Jammu and Kashmir. The BJP had included it in its manifesto at the time of the Lok Sabha elections. So, it has the support of the majority of the country. He said this step of the government is a great step for the development of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Harsh Goenka, Chief of RPG Enterprises, also described the move as a historic fortnight.
He wrote: "The 22nd Of July Chandrayaan-2 Mission, 28th July, three divorces and 5th August Article 370 are over. He said, "Historical days. A flag. A nation. A Constitution. Mahindra Group Chief Anand Mahindra wrote in a tweet ahead of the events in Parliament: "This Monday cannot be seen as just a daily Monday morning. The whole country is waiting for the decision on Kashmir, Mahindra said. We can only pray for the safety of all. At the same time, we can expect a result that will make the country stronger and more positive for the future.
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