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Article 370 scrapped: Here is what has changed in J&K over a year

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New Delhi, Aug 05: It has been a year since the abrogation of Article 370. The government says that this decision has paved the way for development.

The Union Home Ministry says that following the decision, the domicile law was implemented in Jammu and Kashmir to protect the interest of the people. MyGovIndia has prepared a set of slides, which indicate the progress that has been made in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir since the past one year.

A year later: With Article 370 gone, security forces have stabilised situation

One Nation One Constitution:

One Nation One Constitution:

Discriminatory laws removed

Jobs and Representation:

Jobs and Representation:

Reservation rules were amended to help those left out

Domicile Certificates:

Domicile Certificates:

The rights of the residents were recognised

Jobs for Youth

Jobs for Youth

A large recruitment drive was undertaken

Empowerment:

Empowerment:

1.75 lakh Pahari speaking people got benefits.

Supporting the Vulnerable:

Supporting the Vulnerable:

35 lakh people were supported

Health Infrastructure:

Health Infrastructure:

Health emergency services were updated

World Class Infrastructure:

World Class Infrastructure:

Rs 7,500 crore new outlay for infrastructure

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