British PM Borris Johnson revokes Indian independence Act 1947. Says ‘Indians are now officially British citizen’

British PM Borris Johnson revokes Indian independence Act 1947. Says ‘Indians are now officially British citizen’

In a rather shocking move Wednesday, the Prime Minister of Britain Mr. Borris Johnson announced to revoke Indian Independence Act 1947.

This Act has led to creation of India and Pakistan who are still commonwealth countries.

According to reports, the move was made after Indian parliament house ‘Lok Sabha’ revoked Article 370 on Indian constitution, ending the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

On October 26, 1947, the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, Hari Singh, agreed that the State would become a part of India by signing a legal document known as the Instrument of Accession which has granted special status to Jammu & Kashmir with article 370.

Mr. Borris Johnson is known to have become upset after Indian parliaments decision. He has also tweeted in this regard.

I have just spoken to GOLD Commander and Deputy Chief Constable Rachel Swann to thank them for their ongoing efforts and I have instructed the Environment Secretary to chair a COBR meeting later today to coordinate the Government’s response.— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) August 7, 2019

 

The move had been criticized by a large population as being ‘one sided’ due to curfew and internet blockade in Kashmir without taking Kashmiri leaders into confidence.

It is learnt that effective 10th of August 2019, all Indians will become British citizen.

 

The story is still in development and will be updated.

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