The correct answer to this question is the Narendra Modigovernment. The government was able to remove the article with the help of Amit Shah, who was the Home Minister of India.
This article allowed the state of Kashmir to act independently from the rest of India. They were able to create their own laws, separate from India, as well as have exclusive employment. Along with revoking article 370, he was able to revoke article 35a from the Indian constitution. This means that the state of Kashmir must start abiding by the constitution of India. Although it is revoked, all of the changes have not been put in place yet.
W. Wright, Biology student, Biology student, Astoria
Answered Sep 20, 2019
It was Narendra Modi government that removed article 370 with the help of he Home Minister of India, Amit Shah. He also revoked article 35a from the Indian constitution. This means that whatever constitution that was being followed by people from the state before would need to get used to the constitution that is being followed by the rest of India.
There are still many changes that have yet to be made. The state is still not used to the changes as there are still some areas with curfews that are not lifted yet. There are still leaders that are under house arrest, and so much more. Some people are still trying to question the removal of these articles and these are still being appealed in court.