There are many correct answers to this question, as there are many rights that the Kashmir people will lose after the 370 articles are abolished. First, they will lose the ability to create laws.
This means that the laws that they follow will be the same laws that the rest of India is following. Another right that the Kashmir people will lose is the exclusiveness of employment. This means that people from other areas can apply and be hired for jobs in those areas. For the Kashmir people, it may be more difficult to find a job in their hometown.
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Answered Sep 20, 2019
The first thing that will happen is that Kashmir will lose the ability to create its laws. This means that it would need to follow the laws that are also being followed in the rest of India. This may come as a surprise to people who have always been used to the laws that they follow in Kashmir.
There will be a removal of their legislative powers, and they will also be removing the law wherein only those who live in J&K will be able to purchase properties from the area. This means that those who live in other states will start to have the ability to purchase J&K properties too. The employment will not only be limited to hiring people who are from the area. Outsiders will be able to seek employment from the state. Kashmir will definitely lose its exclusivity.