It was agreed between the two governments that, in accordance with Article 5 of the Indian Constitution, persons residing in Jammu and Kashmir are considered citizens of India, but the state legislator was authorized to legislate to grant special rights and privileges to the subjects of the state with respect to the 1927 and 1932 notifications on state subjects: the state legislature was also empowered to legislate for subjects who had left for Pakistan because of the municipal unrest of 1947 if they returned to Kashmir; as regards fundamental rights, certain fundamental principles agreed between the parties have been adopted; it was accepted that the people of the State should have fundamental rights. If Kashmir does not join Pakistan, the most serious difficulties will inevitably arise. The instrument of accession signed by the Maharaja, with its own unique clauses, was considered an almost temporary agreement between J&K and India, but, like other princely states, namely Hyderabad and Travancore, their own clauses, which were incorporated into their instruments of accession, watered down in due course, and these princely states fully respected the constitution of India, as well as the J&K membership clauses. In this sense, the current repeal of Article 370 is exactly under the Indian constitution and it is high time that Kashmiri accept the fact that they are legitimate citizens of India and deny the external influences they indoctrinate and aspire to lead a peaceful and prosperous life. The entire Indian nation will support them in this regard. Agreement between the military representatives of India and Pakistan on the establishment of a ceasefire line in the State of Jammu and Kashmir (annex 26 to the third report of MINCIP – S/1430 Add 1 to 3), 29. July 1949 Abdullah`s movement for better governance and his mass appeal made him an easy target for the Maharajah who arrested him several times between 1931 and 1947. .