The revoking of Section 370 in the state of Jammu & Kashmir has created quite a stir in the country, with people applauding the move. Here is what these TV actors have to say about this.
Aastha Chaudhary: I am very happy right now, it’s a historical step and I just hope it doesn’t create hatred in people. Kashmir has always been part of the country but now it’s official. I want to give love to Kashmir and accept them as a family now. We should live like a big happy family Also, this will boost the economy and outsiders will be able to invest there and do business, which is good for the residents there. Let there be peace and no riots or violence.
Ssharad Malhotra: The revoking of article 370 is a good move. Kashmir is the most beautiful place which we have grown up watching in films. When people invest, the economy will change and there will be more employment, and I am sure tourism will also increase.
Tinaa Dattaa: Each and every person who lives out of Kashmir thinks of holidaying in Kashmir. It will be a very good place to live after retirement, who doesn’t want to enjoy nature. The new move will generate new interest in Kashmir and I am sure security and safety will also increase and I wish shooting in Kashmir becomes as easy as shooting in film city.
Ira Sone: It’s a big step and a master stroke. I think the government has walked their talk and this decision, in my opinion, is going to help the unemployment and deal with violence issues in Jammu and Kashmir.
Amal Sehrawat: Everyone is addressing this ‘step’ as a historic one. But honestly, for me, it will become historic or relevant the day all the bloodshed stops. The day every civilian and every army personnel is safe. Have always been praying for J&K, now will be hoping for humanity to end the pain.
Mrunal Jain: Scrapping of article 370 was overdue, it is a historic move. Mr Modi and Amit Shah have taken a bold step, it proves that nothing is impossible. Kashmir has suddenly come into focus and it will lead to a better future of people living in Kashmir.
Shashank Vyas: It’s a long due historic step and this day would be marked as an important day in the history of our nation, a step that was pending since decades has now officially taken place. I am happy that we are now a big family and that everyone will be treated equally. I wish and pray for peace and harmony.
Malhar Pandya: It is a very good move, it will give a different life and perspective to the people of Kashmir. There will be more growth and opportunities in Kashmir. It is the most desired tourist destination and with new developments, I am sure it will improve as well.