New Delhi: After the announcement of the historic move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government to revoke contentious Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, twitterati rushed to microblogging site to know the rate of plots in Jammu and Kashmir.
While some were sarcastic buyers, some were genuine too.
check out tweets here:
Someone please provide me property dealer numbers in jammu and Kashmir. 😊😅#370Scrapped— S☆ (@WickedFeline_) August 5, 2019
Thank god i m rich enough to buy a good property in Kashmir. I always thought that my father's money is worthless since we can't take the property at our dream destination. But no more regrets now.— RAHUL TYAGI 🇮🇳🔱 (@rahulastic) August 5, 2019
Now we can buy land and property in Kashmir. I can buy a house, set up an industry, open an office. In all logic this is the GREATEST economic boost to Kashmir.— Vinayak (@vinayak_jain) August 5, 2019
Please confirm any good property dealer in Kashmir ,Srinagar .#Article370— Sachin sharma (@sods81) August 5, 2019
Let's hope their handling of Kashmir is better than their handling of the economy and that I can buy property in Kashmir one day soon as an Indian citizen like anywhere else in the country.— Professional Pessimist 🙂 (@rupasubramanya) August 4, 2019
The meme makers took the opportunity to boost their business and creative people shared some hilarious stuff to tickle the funnybone, no matter how serious the situation is:
— Indian Bhau (@BhauIndian) August 5, 2019
Article 370 of the Constitution that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir was scrapped on Monday, along with Article 35 (A), as Rajya Sabha passed a momentous bill that bifurcates the state into two Union Territories.
Article 35A disallowed people outside from the state from buying or owning immovable property in Jammu and Kashmir, settle permanently or availing state-sponsored scholarship schemes.
It also denied property rights to a woman who married a person from outside the state.
To guarantee the special rights and privileges, the Article 35A said no act of the state legislature that came under it could be challenged for violating the Constitution or any other laws....