Article 370 and 35A is now a part of the history of the state of Jammu and Kashmir which is on trending since then. From Kashmiri residents to politicians to Bollywood celebs, everyone is taking an interest in it. The decision is in favor of Jammu & Kashmir, development, and progress will take place when all the laws, rules, and regulations are the same as the rest of the country. But not everyone is taking it in a positive there are dozens of people whose reaction is seemed to be very shocking. So, let’s check this up.
A young man has tweeted something on article 370 which is highly sarcastic. The most iconic character Jethalal’s world-famous shop ‘Gada Electronics’ new branch, is soon going to open in Kashmir.
India's most successful author.
Chetan Bhagat, one of the finest and lovely author, has also supported this decision of scrapping article 370 and 35-A of our Government.
The legendary actor.
Gurmeet Choudhry, an actor. His childhood dream to have a house in Kashmir will soon be complete.
Bollywood industry famous celeb.
For many Bollywood celeb, it is a very big historic moment as now Kashmir will be a 100% part of India.
Finest filmmaker of India.
One of the prominent directors Bollywood who is known for his women-centric and society subjective movies has also supported this decision a lot.
Biggest production house owner.
Balaji Studios is one of the biggest production houses of the Hindi entertainment industry. Along with Salman Khan, she is also supporting the decision of new India.
A funny meme.
The memes are taking a dirty toll. Well, an intelligent person will know who were are talking about.
Direct shoot to opposition.
Well, now opposition will be crying like these wolves.
Tweet of ex-CM.
Kashmir’s ex-CM Mehbooba Mufti is furious on this decision as per the rule of CM and governors are removed from there state as well as now all the authority is in the hands of the ruling political party of India.
Akshay Kumar seriously.
Jealous people who don’t accept Akshay as an actor, have started making memes on their frustration on social media.