Independence Movement of Kashmir Seems To In Final Stages Now

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    Bharat deployed half of its mighty army troops in the occupied Kashmir about 25 years back. Despite all its oppressive tactics and operations, it failed to suppress the freedom movement of the Kashmiris.

    The heavy deployment of about 750,000 troops and all heavy use of ammunition, the independence movement grew stronger and stronger. The recent announcements and proposal of the Indian government to change the demography of Kashmir, deprivation of Kashmir as a state and revocation of the LOC explicitly prove that the Indian government is at the highest peak of frustration. This frustration is a sing of total failures.

    Now the freedom movement of Kashmir seems to be in the final stages of victory. We all pray for the victory of our Kashmiri brethren.

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      “On the 4th of August, a crackdown by the Indian Government in Kashmir led to political leaders being under house arrest, deployment of Indian Army troops in addition to the current 600,000, a complete media blackout and blockage of internet services, ban on public assemblies and tourists and pilgrims being forced to leave the Indian Occupied territory.

      On the 5th of August, the Indian Government through a presidential order revoked Article 370 and 35A of the Indian Constitution. The revocation of Article 370 takes away complete autonomy from Kashmiris to govern themselves, the only hope that they had latched onto between decades of violence. The article barred Indians from purchasing property in Kashmir and also allowed Kashmiris to formulate their fundamental rights. Whereas the revocation of Article 35A deprives them of the right to grant the status of “permanent residents”, allowing Indians to consider it a Union Territory.

      Modi’s government is following a repressive precedent set by Israel in the West Bank. Led by the Bharatya Janata Party (BJP), a right wing hindu-nationalist political party, this constitutional amendment is an attempt to dilute the cultural and religious identity of the only Muslim-majority state in India. As if the Indian Army’s human rights record was not already under heat, especially due to the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), this recent decision is a direct violation of Kashmir’s sovereignty and an attempt to forcefully occupy Kashmiri land.” – Muhammad Jibran Nasir

      “By repealing Article 370 of the constitution, people from the rest of India will now have the right to acquire property in occupied Kashmir and settle there permanently. Kashmiris as well as critics of India’s Hindu nationalist-led government see the move as an attempt to dilute the demographics of Muslim-majority Kashmir with Hindu settlers.

      Article 370 had also limited the power of the Indian parliament to impose laws in the state, apart from matters of defence, foreign affairs and communications. ” – Dawn

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          Bharat cleverly used the cleric of a religious political party to divert the public attention from the serious issue of Kashmir. Pakistani government must now tackle the traitor with iron hands.

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