Article-370, as Subramanian Swamy puts it, can be abolished at a stroke of the President's pen (through an ordinance). Even if it is kept intact, India agreed to maintain the religious demographics of J&K. Those demographics were affected when separatist groups backed by Pakistan, drove Hindus, Kashmiri Pandits, away from the valley, into either southern (Jammu region), or to elsewhere in the country, in what is the biggest internal displacement in independent India. The solution to that is not by undertaking a potentially dangerous repatriation of Kashmiri Pandits, but other Hindus. In compliance with "maintenance of religious demographics," India can repopulate J&K with Hindus. Swamy suggested that the armed forces could make the state a place for ex-servicemen to retire, but I want to take that idea further. Tens of thousands of ex-servicemen can't stream into the current towns and cities of J&K, and strain their rickety civic infrastructure, so how about building a brand new city in the valley, by tapping into PPPs? The said city should be constructed to perfectly blend in with the environment there, be strategically located along the Jammu-Baramulla broad-gauge rail line, and should be a planned city, with modern conveniences. It could house not just an economy run entirely by ex-servicemen and their descendants, but also develop into a tourist and commercial destination. Ex-servicemen should be allowed to conceal-carry small-arms, and law-and-order must be maintained not just through the rule-of-law, but also the armed population. Today's Avantipur is an ideal reference point. It's well within the valley, has an air force station (could be developed into a civilian airport), a railway station along the developing Jammu-Baramulla line, has several historic Hindu sites, and a relatively plain terrain. Discuss.