Shah Faesal withdraws petition challenging abrogation of Article 370
Shah Faesal withdraws the Supreme Court’s petition challenging the abrogation of Article 370. Shah Faesal’s decision to withdraw the petition comes months after he was reassigned to the Indian Administrative Service in April this year and appointed as Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Culture. According to reports, IAS officer Shah Faesal has withdrawn his petition in the Supreme Court challenging the President’s order to abrogate Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The decision to repeal the provisions of the Article 370. Shah Faesal’s decision to withdraw the petition came months after he was transferred back to the Indian Administrative Service in April this year and appointed as Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Culture. Faesal resigned from his job in 2019 to protest making his own political one. Party in Jammu and Kashmir However, his resignation was never accepted by the government and was later withdrawn. It should be remembered that Shah Faesal had founded a separate political party of his own, while he also said that he was considering joining the Hurriyat Conference. Shah Faesal was arrested in 2019 and released after a few months, after which he regretted speaking about the situation in Kashmir and started praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the central government’s work on social media.