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J&K STATE COUNCIL: 1924

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Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir State Council 1924 1. The Council shall consist of the following Members: 1. Commander-in-Chief and senior and foreign Member. 2. Revenue Member. 3. Home and Law Member. 4. Public Works Member. 5. Finance and Police Member. 6. Member for Commerce and Industries. 2. The Council ...

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J&K STATE COUNCIL: 1889

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Constitution of the State Council 1889 1. The Council will be composed as followings: Raja Ram Singh, Raja Amar Singh, Rai Bahadur, Pandit Suraj Koul, Rai Bahadur, Pandit Bhag Ram and such other members as may be added from time to time by the Government of India. 2. The Council ...

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DISMISSAL OF SHEIKH GOVT: 1953

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Order Issued by the Sadar-i-Riyasat on August 8, 1953 Where as for some months I have been noticing with growing concern that there have existed acute differences of opinion between members of the Government on basic issues -political, economic and administrative-affecting the vital inter-ests of the State; And whereas members ...

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SP REFORMS: 1922

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Sri Pratap Reforms Regulation Reserved Subjects 1922 In exercise of the powers under Section 6 of the Sri Pratap Reforms Regulation 1918, l hereby direct that Military matters “shall be laid before me by the Commander-in-Chief and the following matters with the opinion of the Member-in-Charge of -the department concerned ...

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SIMLA AGREEMENT: 1972

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Agreement between India and Pakistan on Bilateral Relations between both countries signed by Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, and President of Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, in Simla on July 3, 1972. ¬ The Government of India and the Government of Pakistan are resolved that the two countries put an end ...

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SHEIKH ON INDIA STATES: 1946

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Text of the statement of Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah on Indian States 1946. The Indian States problems are closely linked up with those of British India. They are common both to British India and Indian States. The British are well aware of the position, indicated the two lines of defence on ...

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SHEIKH ON DYARCHY: 1944

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Dyarchy Statement of Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah The proclamation of October, 1944 by which His Highness had indicated his willingness to associate non-official members of the legislature with the task of administration through the parties in the legislature sending their nominees into the Cabinet, two in number, was naturally welcomed by ...

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SHEIKH ABDULLAH IN CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY: 1951

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Excerpts from the opening address of Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah to the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir on November 5, 1951 ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ Our movement to freedom has been connected against the background of this same old struggle. We stood for the brotherhood of men of all creeds and strengthened our ...

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SHEIKH’S SPEECH: 1946

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Extracts from the ‘Quit Kashmir’ speech of Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah May, 26, 1946 The tyranny of the Dogras has lacerated our souls. The Kashmiris are the most handsome people, yet the most wretched looking. It is time for action. To end your poverty, you must fight slavery and enter the ...

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SHEIKH TO CABINET MISSION: 1946

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Extracted text of the Telegram from Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah to Cabinet Mission,1946 “As President. All Jammu and Kashmir National Conference representing all communities and classes of people in-habiting Jammu and Kashmir State I welcome your visit to our state and hope that it will usher in new era of freedom ...

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