Resolving the Kashmir issue

Enough has been said and written about the Kashmir issue. While everyone talks about the problem, no one speaks about the resolution. The Indian government recently announced a 8-point plan to bring peace back in J&K. Humor Unplugged, your favorite blog has also come up with its own 8-point agenda to solve the issue once and for all. Here is our agenda:

• Reclaim Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and merge with rest of J&K (this itself will solve the vexed issue)
• Abolish Article 370
• Settle people from other parts of India in the state especially in the valley. Allow every Indian to own property and assets in J&K
• Develop infrastructure and have more rail, road and air connections with the mainland
• Talk about freedom for Sind and Baluchistan every time Pak raises the Kashmir bogey
• Deport Syed Shah Geelani to his homeland in Pakistan
• Banish the Abdullah family from J&K, no member of this family should be able to contest elections in the future
• Increase tourist activity there – nothing like a few extra bucks to quell all those frustrated stone pelters. If they still continue to pelt stones, arrest them and dump them on the Line of Actual Control at the Indo-China border with maps showing Chinese troop deployment in the area. The Peoples Liberation Army will give them a nice reception there and take good care of them.

Comments

zpyzi said…
you ever been to kashmir...?? do u know what exactly is kashmir issue...??? do u know how much people suffering from these sick politics... do u know 118 ppl died in 100 days and their relative missing them and the pain going thru their heart...

sitting somewhere in the corner of india and writting about them is very easy...

those people killed in kasmir.. they think they died for their and the rest of others freedom.

if u want to talk about this mail me to my address ak.akbarshah@hotmail.com
zpyzi said…
ak.akbarshah@gmail.com

this is my mail id..

come we will have a disc abot this issue... and i strongly oppose all ur
solution..

they want their freedom.. if we cant give them what normal indians getting.

go through the history u'll find it out what happend to kashmir.

Junagadh, the largest state in the Kathiawar peninsula of Saurashtra, Gujarat, was a princely state with a Muslim ruler over a Hindu majority. Its Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khanji III wanted to join Pakistan and signed the instrument of accession that was accepted by Pakistan on 15 September 1947. Junagadh had contiguous border with only India and not with Pakistan. India stopped supply of all goods to Junagadh. On 25 October the Nawab fled to Pakistan's capital Karachi. The Junagadh State Council convened on 7 November and decided that the Indian Government should be requested to take over the administration of Junagadh. Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto, the dewan (or Chief Minister) of Junagadh conveyed this to the Indian government in writing the next day.

Jammu and Kashmir had a Muslim majority but was ruled by a Hindu Raja. The Muslim League-dominated legislative assembly issued one statement that represented the will of the Muslim people: “After carefully considering the position, the conference has arrived at the conclusion that accession of the State to Pakistan is absolutely necessary in view of the geographic, economic, linguistic, cultural and religious conditions… It is therefore necessary that the State should accede to Pakistan."
zpyzi said…
ak.akbarshah@gmail.com

this is my mail id..

come we will have a disc abot this issue... and i strongly oppose all ur
solution..

they want their freedom.. if we cant give them what normal indians getting.

go through the history u'll find it out what happend to kashmir.

Junagadh, the largest state in the Kathiawar peninsula of Saurashtra, Gujarat, was a princely state with a Muslim ruler over a Hindu majority. Its Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khanji III wanted to join Pakistan and signed the instrument of accession that was accepted by Pakistan on 15 September 1947. Junagadh had contiguous border with only India and not with Pakistan. India stopped supply of all goods to Junagadh. On 25 October the Nawab fled to Pakistan's capital Karachi. The Junagadh State Council convened on 7 November and decided that the Indian Government should be requested to take over the administration of Junagadh. Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto, the dewan (or Chief Minister) of Junagadh conveyed this to the Indian government in writing the next day.

Jammu and Kashmir had a Muslim majority but was ruled by a Hindu Raja. The Muslim League-dominated legislative assembly issued one statement that represented the will of the Muslim people: “After carefully considering the position, the conference has arrived at the conclusion that accession of the State to Pakistan is absolutely necessary in view of the geographic, economic, linguistic, cultural and religious conditions… It is therefore necessary that the State should accede to Pakistan."
zpyzi said…
ak.akbarshah@gmail.com

this is my mail id..

come we will have a disc abot this issue... and i strongly oppose all ur
solution..

they want their freedom.. if we cant give them what normal indians getting.

go through the history u'll find it out what happend to kashmir.

Junagadh, the largest state in the Kathiawar peninsula of Saurashtra, Gujarat, was a princely state with a Muslim ruler over a Hindu majority. Its Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khanji III wanted to join Pakistan and signed the instrument of accession that was accepted by Pakistan on 15 September 1947. Junagadh had contiguous border with only India and not with Pakistan. India stopped supply of all goods to Junagadh. On 25 October the Nawab fled to Pakistan's capital Karachi. The Junagadh State Council convened on 7 November and decided that the Indian Government should be requested to take over the administration of Junagadh. Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto, the dewan (or Chief Minister) of Junagadh conveyed this to the Indian government in writing the next day.

Jammu and Kashmir had a Muslim majority but was ruled by a Hindu Raja. The Muslim League-dominated legislative assembly issued one statement that represented the will of the Muslim people: “After carefully considering the position, the conference has arrived at the conclusion that accession of the State to Pakistan is absolutely necessary in view of the geographic, economic, linguistic, cultural and religious conditions… It is therefore necessary that the State should accede to Pakistan."
zpyzi said…
ak.akbarshah@gmail.com

this is my mail id..

come we will have a disc abot this issue... and i strongly oppose all ur
solution..

they want their freedom.. if we cant give them what normal indians getting.

go through the history u'll find it out what happend to kashmir.

Junagadh, the largest state in the Kathiawar peninsula of Saurashtra, Gujarat, was a princely state with a Muslim ruler over a Hindu majority. Its Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khanji III wanted to join Pakistan and signed the instrument of accession that was accepted by Pakistan on 15 September 1947. Junagadh had contiguous border with only India and not with Pakistan. India stopped supply of all goods to Junagadh. On 25 October the Nawab fled to Pakistan's capital Karachi. The Junagadh State Council convened on 7 November and decided that the Indian Government should be requested to take over the administration of Junagadh. Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto, the dewan (or Chief Minister) of Junagadh conveyed this to the Indian government in writing the next day.

Jammu and Kashmir had a Muslim majority but was ruled by a Hindu Raja. The Muslim League-dominated legislative assembly issued one statement that represented the will of the Muslim people: “After carefully considering the position, the conference has arrived at the conclusion that accession of the State to Pakistan is absolutely necessary in view of the geographic, economic, linguistic, cultural and religious conditions… It is therefore necessary that the State should accede to Pakistan."
Prayukth j said…
Thanks for your response. I agree compltely with you on the suffering part. It has indeed hurt many of us that the state machinery there reacted in a very immature and insensitive way. But having said that ammends are being made and the Indian government has stepped in to calm tempers. In every democracy, there will be moments of pain and anger among citizens...the issue is not as simple as azadi for the state. I dont think that will resolve anything. The solution has to be arrived at within the framework of the Indian constitution. Lets agree on one thing...past is past. Connecting JnK with Junagarh is not advisable as the situation in both these princly states in 1947 cannot be compared by any length of imagination. Azadi for JnK is not tenable and if you didnt realize, Jammu and Ladakh and even Skardhu which is under occupation by Pakistan were areas where people following religions other than Islam are predominant. In Skardu, however, the buddists were systamicaly eliminated..thats why I said 'were'...in Jammu and Ladakh, Hindus and Buddists respectively are in majority so dont club these two areas with Kashmir. This is not the time to discuss azadi...this is the time to look into the future and see how the next generations dont have to suffer what the current generation has undergone. History cannot be changed...but future can be and that is what we need to work on.
Prayukth j said…
COming to the legitimate grievances, JnK is a special state in India. It has got more than its fair share of profit from the growth and development experienced by rest of India. As an Indian, I cannot buy property there...whereas someone from JnK can be my neigbour anytime. Al our academic institutions and workplaces welcome people from that part of India with open arms...in fact in many states here, there are reservations in academic institutions for people from JnK. As I said before I am completely with the people who hae had to undego suffering due to the events of the past two days...but azadi is not a solution. With china hanging around, JnK wont even last a day as that evil empire will swallow the state up. Further, Pakistan is not playing a part here becuase it is concerned with the legitimate grievances of the people of JnK it is just roasting its nuts in the fire as usual. You should just look at the patethic condition of people in pakistan occipied kashmir to undestand what I mean. We have afree media here and people have all possible channels to air their grievances...but in Pok, which has been convereted into a vast terrorist training camp by pakis, people die but no one comes to know. Locals are recurited in the pak army and sent to fight Indian army across the loc...5 regiments of the Northern Light Infantry comprising of kashmiris from PoK were completely wiped out in the 1999 war in Kargil...these are just some of the facts that we have to consider if we are looking back at history.

I will be glad to discuss this over mails...Thanks again for your comment here do appriciate the fact that you want to have a open discussion on this..

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