We Want to be in India, don't Make LoC Permanent.

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  1. Rushil51

    Rushil51 Regular Member

    Jul 13, 2014
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    'Don't Make LoC Permanent, We Want to be in India' - The New Indian Express

    MUMBAI:Kashmiri separatist Masarat Alam, who was spotted raising Pakistan flag in Srinagar on Wednesday, may not have heard about Senge Hasnan Sering, a ‘rights defender’ from Gilgit Baltistan in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) on the other side of Line of Control (LoC). He needs to learn from the president of Institute of Gilgit Baltistan Studies (IGBS) some lessons on attachment towards India.

    Senge Hasnan Sering
    who is fighting against Islamabad’s atrocities against the people of mineral rich Gilgit Baltistan, is a strong advocate of the region’s merger with India. His only regret is that neither Indian government nor the people of India are seriously interested in the merger.
    “There is a feeling in Gilgit Baltistan that the region should get the status of an independent country. In an indirect way, India is responsible for this feeling. We want to be a part of India but the Indian government is mulling making the LoC an international border,” Sering said. Born in Skardu in Gilgit, Sering completed his studies in Pakistan before securing US citizenship in 2008. Headquartered in Washington DC, the IGBS works for the betterment of the people from Gilgit Baltistan, an Indian territory forcibly occupied by Pakistan since 1947. During his one-month-long tour to India, Sering was in the city on Thursday.

    “Pakistan treats Gilgit Baltistan as its colony. We don’t have any facility for higher education. As Pakistan has announced that it is a disputed area, we are not citizens of Pakistan. The region is run as per the executive orders by Pakistan’s Minister of Kashmir Affairs. Even if someone raises his voice for legitimate demands, he is imprisoned on sedition charges,” Sering said.

    Now, his immediate goal is to attract the world’s attention towards ‘illegal’ elections to be held in Gilgit Baltistan in June.

    ‘Alam should have been arrested’
    According to Sering, Masarat would have been arrested immediately for raising the flag of a foreign country had he done it in Gilgit Baltistan. “He would not have come out on bail in his lifetime for his act,” Sering said
  3. ArmchairGeneral

    ArmchairGeneral Regular Member

    Nov 7, 2014
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    Hahahahahhahahahahahahahahhaha let this be lesson to chootiya -----er Maserati
  4. Zebra

    Zebra Senior Member Senior Member

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  5. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

    Apr 17, 2009
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    This is from Shabir Choudhary's blog.

    His details
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  6. jus

    jus Senior Member Senior Member

    Mar 31, 2014
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    WTF making permanent Borders,Are Goa&Sikkim are in part of Independent India .... a big NO

    If time comes we will also join GB(if still shia's r in majority).But forget Sunni POK never ever believe these terrorist scums
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  7. Compersion

    Compersion Senior Member Senior Member

    May 6, 2013
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    Is it possible for India to be a voice of Muslims in the world stage ? Is it possible for India to make a voice for Muslims in Pakistan ? That needs to be cultivated and made known to Pakistan and they need to understand their incompetence and abetment to terrorism has made them lose their right to have such a understanding among muslims in the region especially the more well off and one with self-determination. India needs to cultivate its role among the Islamic nations especially by investing and using its diaspora who call themselves Indians and avails its benefits. Islamic nations would and need to have realism that India is good for Muslims and much better compared to Pakistan.

    Would be wonderful to have a reference to see how well the Muslim populace (Shia and Sunni) compositions do relative to one another in POK, Pakistan and India

    Are the Shias that are in majority in POK called Pakistanis.

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