Absolute Cultural Reterritorialization Of Imagi-native Geo-Political Boundaries Instead Of Deterritorialization: The (Il)legitimacy Of Article 371 (A-J) After Scrapping Article 370 Of The Indian Constitution

Akhar Bandyopadhyay ⤡

Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay ⤡

Posted on 20th April, 2021


This letter-paper questions the legitimacy of Article 371 of Indian Constitution after the revoking of Article 370 by the Bharatiya Janata Party (5 August 2019). The paper traces the history of all the Indian federal States, which are listed in Article 371 with a special emphasis on Jammu and Kashmir.

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Akhar Bandyopadhyay


The HonourablePresident,

The Republic ofIndia,

Rashtrapati Bhavan,

New Delhi-110004

Sub: An appeal for scrapping the Article 371 (A-J) in defence of cultural nationalism: Save Hindutva

Respected Ācārya,

First of all, we must thank you all for scrapping the Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. For the sake of Uniform Civil and Political Code, there should not be any positive or negative discriminatory rules and regulations within the ambit of International Law and jurisprudence.

The subject-matter of the present letter concerns the West-mimicking and hybrid “Constitution” of India, or rather, two specific Articles in it: Article 370 and Article 371 (A-J). As evident from our previous letters addressed to you, we are staunch and sturdy advocates of the Hindutva cultural nationalism as propagated by venerable Guruji M.S. Golwalkar, set against the utterly fake Nehruvian ideal of democratic, territorial nationalism, which implies “…a certain tolerance of others…

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