The legislative assembly of Jammu and Kashmir passes a law against the 100th Amendment Act of Parliament of India passed in 2015 in its session held on 20-1-20. The Speaker of the House attends the session and calls it path-breaking in the ethos of federal democracy where the legislative Assembly can pass a law showing true spirit of dissent against the Union.
Democracy in itself entails the true spirit of dissent and thereby the law shall hold.
The Legislative Assembly could pass a law because the law was passed in 2015 and then the state was covered under Article 370.
The Legislative Assembly could not pass the law but a resolution showing its democratic dissent.
The Legislative Assembly cannot pass the law.
The legislative assembly cannot pass the law against the law made in parliament.
Hence, option D is correct.