Amaravati: The central government has told the Supreme Court that it is not possible to say when the status of statehood will be restored to Jammu and Kashmir. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court that the status of Union Territory is temporary and efforts are being made to convert Jammu and Kashmir into a full-fledged state. Stating that the elections will be held in three phases in Jammu and Kashmir, he told the court that first the panchayat, then the municipal, and then the assembly elections will be held. The Ladakh Hill Development Council has announced that the elections in Leh have ended and the elections will be held in Kargil next month. After the removal of Article 370, peace and security in Jammu and Kashmir has improved, terrorist activities have decreased by 45.2 percent by 2023 as compared to 2018 and infiltration attempts have decreased by 90 percent.