After 22 years, again on December 19, President’s rule will be implemented in Jammu and Kashmir. On December 18, the central government has given consent to President’s rule in the state on Wednesday, the next day after six months of governor’s rule. Only the formal order and the President’s proclamation have remained. Previous President’s rule was in Jammu and Kashmir between 1990 and October 1996.
The concerned officials said that Governor Satyapal Malik had sent a letter to the Union Home Ministry in this regard, after which the central cabinet was brought to the notice and the proposal to implement President’s rule was approved.
Ramnath Kovind will take over all the powers of the legislature now, by issuing an order under Article 370. Now all the powers and rights of the Jammu and Kashmir legislature will be used by President RamNath Kovind or under the President or by the authority under parliament.
On June 18, the Jammu and Kashmir had fallen in the governor’s rule in the state. The governor’s rule came into effect after the BJP and the PDP separation. The suspended assembly was dissolved by Governor Satyapal Malik on November 21.
President’s rule does not apply directly in Jammu &Kashmir. unlike other parts of the country, President’s rule can not be directly implemented in Jammu and Kashmir. Under the Section 92 of the State Constitution, the governor’s rule will be applicable for the first six months. If the governor wants to suspend or dissolve the Assembly. During this period all the rights of the state Legislature go to the governor.