The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a new petition on Article 370 which provides special autonomous status to Jammu and Kashmir and said that the issues raised were already part of pending petitions. A Bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Ajay Rastogi asked the petitioner to apply for the application in the pending cases. During the brief hearing, the Bench asked the petitioner why he would raise the number of petitions on this issue. The petition filed by lawyers Vijay Mishra and Sandeep Lamba has declared that Article 370 of the Constitution ended on January 26, 1957 with the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir and it should not be considered mandatory for the use of powers. Could the President?
He has demanded to declare some provisions of the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution arbitrarily, which is related to the permanent residence and the flag of the valley among other issues for promoting and violating the Indian Constitution. It has been stated in the petition that most provisions of the Indian Constitution have been extended in the state, because the continuity of the two parallel constitution for the Center for Jammu and Kashmir and the other is "the reaction of strange dictatori". It has alleged that due to vote bank politics, persistent governments did nothing to cancel Article 370 and after the implementation of the Indian Constitution, the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir was adopted a lot. It was also said that the means of entry of the 26th of October, 1947 do not talk about the separate constitution or constituent assembly for the state.