On July 11, the Supreme Court will hear petitions against the revocation of J&K’s special status.

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Shah Faesal, an officer in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), was one of the petitioners.

Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Sanjiv Khanna, BR Gavai, and Surya Kant will hear the petitions.

In August 2019, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was revoked, and the state was split into two Union Territories.

Prior to that, Article 370 provided Jammu and Kashmir its own constitution and the authority to make all decisions, with the exception of those pertaining to the military, communications, and foreign affairs. Its elimination put an end to Kashmir’s special status, which was crucial to its 1947 admission to India.

The National Conference, the Congress, and later Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP, had dominated politics in Jammu and Kashmir.

Another significant event in the history of Jammu and Kashmir was the BJP-PDP coalition in 2014. President’s rule was implemented in the state when the BJP left the PDP’s coalition government in 2018.

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