WHAT IS EXACTLY THE PROBLEM WITH KASHMIR TODAY?

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  1. sachin458377

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    Clearly, many haven't yet understood what the exact problem is. Below, I will try to explain the exact problem.
    Is It A Freedom Struggle Or So Called Rebellion For Azadi?

    To get an answer to this question, let me give you a brief idea about Jammu & Kashmir state. Kashmir does not mean only the Valley, rather the entire J&K state. Area wise, Kashmir Valley has 15.73 per cent land area, Jammu has 26.29 per cent and Ladakh has 58.33 per cent land area of the state. Demographically, the Valley has 54.93 per cent of the population whereas Jammu and Ladakh have 42.89 per cent and 2.18 per cent respectively. Religious census says that J&K state has 68.31 per cent Muslims, 28.43 per cent Hindus and rest 3.26 per cent are other minorities.
    J&K is legally an integral part of India. This legality is based on the instrument of accession executed on October 26, 1947 by the erstwhile ruler of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh, and the subsequent J&K constituent assembly's endorsement of it in 1952. Yes, Pakistan attacked J&K and occupied a sizable area of the state which is now known as PoK.
    Later, Nehru went to the UN which resulted into a resolution. The UNSC Resolution of April 21, 1948, stated that "both India and Pakistan desire that the question of the accession of Jammu and Kashmir to India or Pakistan should be decided through the democratic method of a free and impartial plebiscite".
    The plebiscite proposal was subject to three conditions or prerequisites. Firstly, that the Pakistan Army has to withdraw from its occupied portion of Kashmir. Secondly, all non-Kashmiris must leave Kashmir before the plebiscite takes place and thirdly, that the Indian Army's presence during the plebiscite shall be minimal.
    Pakistan didn't abide by the first condition of withdrawal of its army from PoK. It also did not obey the second condition, rather on the contrary, brought non-Kashmiris into PoK and settled them there. The demography of PoK has now totally changed and the original Kashmiris are a minority there. On the other hand, because of the existence of Article 370, no non-Kashmiri can settle in Indian administered J&K state. The third and final condition of downsizing Indian Army's presence in J&K cannot be acceptable as Pakistan has failed in fulfilling the first two conditions. That's why the United Nations declared the resolution as null and void, later on. Thus, whoever cites the UN resolution on Kashmir, clearly doesn't know enough about it.
    Now legally speaking, J&K is an integral part of India and militarily, nobody can separate an integral part from the Indian Union. This current violent unrest is just limited to five districts surrounding Srinagar, dominated by a Muslim population. They can't represent the entire J&K state. Never such protests have taken place in Jammu, Ladakh or the border districts of the Kashmir region. Thus, it's not a freedom struggle. Originally, this problem began due to power politics of Sheikh Abdullah and later got converted into a religious problem. However, I shall explain it later.
    Is It A Demand For Autonomy?
    J&K state is already enjoying greater autonomy than any other state in the country, all thanks to Article 370. Because of this greater autonomy, politicians of the Valley are enjoying great power and discriminating Jammu and Ladakh regions. Ask the people of Jammu and Ladakh regions, they want an end to this autonomy and Article 370. Because the Valley region has close to 55 per cent population, they hold the key to power. It is only for the first time that the Jammu region has come into the power equation because of BJP's seats and sharing of power with the PDP. The Valley region will never want Jammu and Ladakh to develop and have a say in power. Thus, autonomy may be a demand of NC or PDP, but definitely not of the majority of the people of J&K, including the trouble makers of Kashmir.
    Is It About The Withdrawal of AFSPA?
    Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) is an act endorsed by the Indian Parliament and enforced in disturbed areas like J&K just to avoid the army from unnecessarily attending court cases for every encounter. It's the Indian armed forces that prevent terrorist insurgency in the Valley. If the army stops acting, all so called politicians will have to run for their lives and the common people of Kashmir will come under the rule of terror. That's why, no matter which party's government is in power, it has always supported the continuity of AFSPA, although while in the opposition, that same party makes a customary demand for the withdrawal of AFSPA. Let me give you a fine example. During the 110 days of unrest in the Valley in 2010 where more than 100 people had died, the erstwhile J&K CM had argued in favour of AFSPA, but during the recent unrest he demanded the withdrawal of AFSPA. The only difference is that Omar Abdullah was the CM then and is now the leader of opposition.
    What Exactly Is The problem?
    Many wouldn't be aware of the real problem. It is a radical Islamic rebellion by Wahhabi Muslims. Many wouldn't believe it, but let me explain. When Pakistan realized that it can't get J&K, it adopted a two prong strategy. It settled hard core Wahhabi Muslims in PoK and started Islamic radicalization in the Valley. This was the master plan of the then president of Pakistan Zia-ul-Haq.
    The first victims of this strategy were Kashmiri pandits. They were killed and forced to flee from the Valley. Although Muslims constitute around 68 per cent of the total population of J&K, the Valley now has around 96 per cent of Muslim population. Like in Pakistan Hindu population declined rapidly, in the Valley too Hindu population has decreased very fast. The Valley comprises of almost 100 per cent Muslims now.
    This was a requirement of the Wahhabi movement. The Hurriyat Conference and other separatists are just stooges of Wahhabi professors like Hafiz Saeed and other such mullahs of Pakistan who dictate everything in the neighbouring country. That's why during demonstrations, along with the Pakistani flag you can also see the ISIS flag. All sane Muslims say that ISIS is not at all Islamic. Even Pakistan, at least officially denounces ISIS.
    But no one opposes ISIS flags in Kashmir for the only reason that it's a Wahhabi Islamic radical movement and not a freedom struggle. Had it been a real freedom movement, waving ISIS flags would have been opposed by the Hurriyat leaders or others. But their real masters are radical Islamic outfits and they want to turn the Kashmir Valley into Syria.
    That's why Narendra Modi-led government is taking strong steps and all other political parties should stand behind him. I think good sense will prevail and they will rise above petty politics and help the Indian government in preventing the Kashmir Valley from becoming another Syria.
     
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    sachin458377 Regular Member

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    Kashmir is integral part of India just like Gilgit, baltistan & POK
     
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    Problem of Kashmir is Islamism , isn't that too simple
    Where ever they are in majority they do not want to associate themselves with Hindu India period
    This happened in 1947 , this is happening now and will happen in future until we take Islamism as a threat
     
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    The problem is we didn't learn anything from our former colonial rulers

    We should have crushed this thing , instead we are being held back by leftists and seculars
     
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    I've heard strange things like RAW funds separatists even helped hizbul chief syed salahuddin... These adventurous policies of our intelligence agencies is beyond my understanding. If a mad man says that he wants azadi and picks arms against state or tries to misguide the youth , just simply kill him....no point in keeping him alive unless you have some chankyan motive -__-
     
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    We are losing Kashmir to Islam: Ten ways to counter radicalisation in India

    Click here for full read.
     
  8. raja696

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    Just kill the separatists in kashmir in an encounter. ... as a symbol of pigs death which every traitor will remember there deserves.... there is no problem in kashmir.
    Some wise man here said killing doesn't solve problems but it does solve problematics.
     
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    There was NO problem in Kashmir since last 2 decades when Pakis FAILED to raise terrorism in Punjab.Then they started terrorism in Kashmir.

    After killing their own people(so called Terrorists but MOST were civilians) in Zarb-E-Kabz, the Pakis are using all their time & energy to send terrorists across LoC and make a Islamic Caliphate in Kashmir.

    Thrash the Pakis and disintegrate them.

    Before that thrash all those Terrorists on our land(called Separatists like Hurriyat) and teach them a lesson since they tested our Democracy ENOUGH.

    We dont want our money to be spent on those anti-national scums.
     
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    Central government is sandwiched between his own PDP alliance local government and separatist on the other end. You cannot ignore local government as it is by your own support and take harsh actions.On the other hand Separatist are playing with their full fledge agenda. With the rise of ISIS , the wahabi ideology has now replaced the ideology of sufism in kashmir fuelled by pokistan's money. No wonder the building of enormous so called masjids has contributed a lot in the present situation. From this point now the situation is worsening and now indian government has to take some drastic steps to curb this menace. Mere deploying army can give temporary relief but for long lasting solutions tricky and concrete steps are necessary.
    We can use this forum to at least brainstorm and analyse what are the options available for government of india logically
     
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