He did not want part of the Rana regime to remain in power and wanted to ban it completely. He announced that the revolution would not stop in the western regions where he was in charge. He did not stop the revolution and ignored King Tribhuwan`s message to stop. That is why he was tried for high treason. Kashmir government officials consulted with Indian government officials and agreed on an agreement to approve the main decisions of the J&K State Constituent Assembly. This agreement later became known as the “Delhi Agreement, 1952”. . . .