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@Human3015: Thanks for adding sources. However there is significant distance between what the sources say and what your text says here . Your text involves "synthesis," a concept you need to understand and avoid. You cannot also report what a lone politician says as a statement of fact. It has to be attributed to that source via an inline attribution. But it won't have any weight. You really need a Constitutional lawyer to say that in order to have a proper weight.
I am quite sceptical of your whole project because the Indian Constitution was passed and the J&K Constituent Assembly was formed when India was negotiating with UN Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) and India assured the UN body that the Indian Constitution does not stand in the way of holding a plebiscite. Kautilya3 (talk) 09:24, 22 January 2015 (UTC)