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Jammu an Kashmir

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Jammu and Kashmir
Umwhile state
Banner o Jammu and Kashmir
Emblem o Jammu and Kashmir

Map o Jammu an Kashmir
CaipitalSrinagar (Mey-October)
Jammu (November-Apryle)[1]
 • Coordinates33°27′N 76°14′E / 33.45°N 76.24°E / 33.45; 76.24Coordinates: 33°27′N 76°14′E / 33.45°N 76.24°E / 33.45; 76.24
• 1954–1965 as Sadr-e-Riyasat; 1965–1967
Karan Singh (first)
• 2018–2019[2]
Satya Pal Malik (last)
Chief Meenister 
• 1947–1948 as Prime Meenister
Mehr Chand Mahajan (first)
• 2016–2018[3]
Mehbooba Mufti (last)
LegislaturJammu an Kashmir Legislatur
• Upper hoose
Jammu an Kashmir Legislative Cooncil (36 seats)
• Lower hoose
Jammu an Kashmir Legislative Assemmly (89 seats)
• Presidential order o 1954 comes intae force, established as state o Indie
14 Mey 1954
31 October 2019
Poleetical subdiveesions22 destricts
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Jammu an Kashmir (princely state)
Jammu an Kashmir (union territory)

Jammu an Kashmir wis a region umwhile admeenistered bi Indie as a state frae 1954 tae 2019, constitutin the soothren an sootheastren portion o the lairger Kashmir region, that haes been the subject o a dispute atween Indie, Pakistan an Cheenae syne the mid-20t century.[4][5]

  1. Desk, The Hindu Net (8 Mey 2017). "What is the Darbar Move in J&K all about?". The Hindu (in Inglis). Archived frae the original on 10 November 2017. Retrieved 23 Februar 2019.
  2. "Satya Pal Malik sworn in as Jammu and Kashmir governor". The Economic Times. Press Trust of India. 23 August 2018. Archived frae the original on 23 August 2018. Retrieved 31 August 2018.
  3. "BJP-PDP alliance ends in Jammu and Kashmir LIVE updates: Mehbooba Mufti resigns as chief minister; Governor's Rule in state". Firstpost. 19 Juin 2018. Retrieved 19 Juin 2018.
  4. Akhtar, Rais; Kirk, William, Jammu and Kashmir, State, India, Encyclopaedia Britannica, retrieved 7 August 2019 (subscription required) Quote: "Jammu and Kashmir, state of India, located in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent in the vicinity of the Karakoram and westernmost Himalayan mountain ranges. The state is part of the larger region of Kashmir, which has been the subject of dispute between India, Pakistan, and China since the partition of the subcontinent in 1947."
  5. Jan·Osma鈔czyk, Edmund; Osmańczyk, Edmund Jan (2003), Encyclopedia of the United Nations and International Agreements: G to M, Taylor & Francis, pp. 1191–, ISBN 978-0-415-93922-5 Quote: "Jammu and Kashmir: Territory in northwestern India, subject to a dispute between India and Pakistan. It has borders with Pakistan and China."