Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India’s decision to remove Kashmir from its special status would restore the region to “glory of the past”.
Kashmir said it would play an “important role” in India’s development in its Independence Day speech on Thursday.
Article 370, a constitutional provision that gave special status, said it only encouraged corruption.
Mr Modi made no mention of the blockade and communications blockade imposed in Kashmir since the decision was taken last week.
He made the remarks on Thursday at an Independence Day speech at the red fort in the capital Delhi.
India has been celebrating Independence Day since Pakistan Day, when in 1947 India was divided.
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