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Kashmiris Have Lost Their Fear of India

Kashmiris have lost their fear of India


India is focusing on reformist polls starting next month, and while the world is living in suspense for the Trump presidential election in the United States, the traces of people in Jammu and Kashmir are disappearing. Saturday Jammu and Kashmir visit reports for October and December include important figures from various agencies and political parties, including Judge Bharatiya Janata Party. This group was facilitated by Rajmohan Gandhi's Conversation and Reconciliation Center and hinted at what would happen if New Delhi did not restrain its uncertainty in the Kashmir valley. The Young Kashmir army has lost its fear of the Indian army and is eager to resist everyday suffering rather than obeying the life of discrimination and humiliation.

The report supports the resumption of dialogue between New Delhi and the Kashmiri people, including all party Hurriyat meetings. It suggests that the dialogue between India and Pakistan is based on "several different issues", even though it is part of a political solution. This seems to refer to terrorism, which cites India's postponement of talks with Pakistan.

As far as humanitarian gestures are concerned, the reports of the five Member States have provided some clear facts, although they have not provided a clear path to political solutions. The government's current position on Pakistan.

There is clear transparency in the description of the atmosphere in the valley and there are some of the observations of the reports of Kashmir's lead humiliating life as an account of witnesses.

This report is based on the report of Yashwant Sinha, former Kazakhstan legislator Kazakhstan Vice-President of Kazakhstan Pandit, Bharat Bhushan (journalist), Sushobha Barve, executive vice-president of the retired army, Kapil Kak, Program Director at the Reconciliation Center.

The Kashmirese believe there is a "crisis of recognition" of the Kashmir issue with the Indian state. They think India does not recognize that Kashmir is a political issue and that political solutions are needed. Almost all the Kashmir residents that the group met need a one-time political agreement, and death and destruction will continue to visit the poor if basic political issues are not resolved.

The Kashmir government insisted that it lost faith in India because it failed. "Now, there is growing confidence deficit. Some Kashmiri believe that India is only looking at Kashmir within the framework of national security. Those who responded to the interview listened to Vajpayee's proposal to resolve the Kashmir issue by providing a beam of hope in a "mass of mankind." But they do not believe that the present dispensation in New Delhi is interested in that approach.


The report, which lists the "most important results" by visiting a rural area affected by Kashmir's military might, speaks of anger about India.

"The rage in rural areas is much bigger than Srinagar and primitive. The constant sense of discrimination against the Kashmiri is spread in the hearts of the vocal sections of the population."

People are opposed to the language used to describe the situation in Kashmir. Since 1947, Kashmir has never rested, so the 'anxiety' they speak is a misnomer. "Peace and Summit" is the most abused word in the world without anyone knowing what they mean. The government is talking about "anger and alienation" in Kashmir, but the problem is not a problem to solve. The problem calls for political and political solutions. The Kashmiri claim so.

Most Kashmiri insist their protests are not sponsors of any kind, and that there is no money to come out of the streets.

India's policy of dealing with sporadic busts and anger in Kashmir has been portrayed as a "time-consuming technology" that has worsened the situation.

Mohan Bhagwat, director of Rashtriya Swaymesevak Sangh, is angry when he comes to Jammu and argues that India is Hindu Rashtra. "If Modi can not respond to or respond to the killing of Akhlaq (the alleged accused of eating beef), what is the Indian Muslim Kashmiri Muslims can expect from him," Kashmir said.


The important revelation of this report is that "the fear of young people is diminishing" in a situation where security forces face. Today, young people claim to be killed in their stride. "The best thing we appreciate is that the use of weapons, including pellet guns, made us afraid, and we celebrate martyrdom now," said one young man.

Young people do not want to talk to India. Hatred for India has grown. "The Indian civil society remembers the Kashmiri only after protesting for a long time, while others from the Indian civil society organizations that come to Kashmir often say that their best efforts do not produce good results despite their best efforts. He said.

"When we picked up the stone, the stone could get worse next time," one of them said.

As with psychological attitudes toward India, youth vocabulary has also changed. They talk about going out, hartals, martyrdom and Burhan. But other young people say that India should talk to them because 68% of the population in Kashmir is made up of young people. But they pointed out before that pellet victims and young prisoners should be released and the rage will continue to grow.

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