Supreme Court: J & K restoration won’t happen overnight

Supreme Court: J & K restoration won’t happen overnight
Supreme Court: J & K restoration won’t happen overnight

As it been over a week after revoking Article 370 and 35 (A), the situation of Jammu Kashmir is stable and the public seems to be cooperative, reported by J & K police. However, there seem to be bits of news yelling that there were the incidents of stone-pelting and gun fires from the military, but CRPF has denied all those as the baseless rumors. On the other side, the centre is trying its extremely best to restore the old ambiance in Kashmir with new rules and measures.

From the latest update, it was known that the Supreme court on Tuesday said the government can’t accomplish the restoration of normality in Jammu and Kashmir overnight, the government needed a “reasonable time” to leverage the situations in the valley without any loss of lives.

On questioning the Supreme court by petitioner-activist on who will be blamed if something happens. The petitioner asked the court to at least pass an order in restoring the basic services like hospitals, schools, and police stations that really help the pubic.

Court further added saying that the court will watch the situations of the valley for some more time and later it will take any step of action on to it.