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    What is the most amicable solution for Kashmir turmoil according to you?

    In the recent past there is a lot of tension going on in Kashmir when compared to the past. Even after surgical strikes normalcy in the valley has not retained. Curfews, stone pelting, killing of innocent civilians and mutual firings at the boarder become normal. Kashmir issue is becoming a never ending issue in any government. No one is able to give perfect and permanent solution to this problem. If you wish to give a good and perfect permanent solution, what solution you suggest?
  • #601500
    What I feel that for one term there should not be political involvement in the administration and government. That means for five years the Jammu and Kashmir must be brought under Army to check the trouble makers in the society who are making the life worst taking the shelter with a party and ably supported by the sympathizers. When the army has been given powers to deal with the administration and daily routines, surely the citizens of that state would get immense confidence and come out with their talent and ability. Now most of the citizens are sulking, not coming out fearing back lash and thus a confidence building measure by army has become necessity. Imposting President rule also does not suffice. If my suggestion is taken into account, the army must be given sweeping powers to deal with state actors residing there firmly.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #601504
    Jammu & Kashmir's last ruler, Maharaja Hari Singh sgned Treaty of Accession in favour of India (when he was attacked by mercenaries from Pakistan). This Treaty has been applicable for entire Kashmir valley (including PoK), entire Jammu region (including Chhamb), Ladakh, Kargil and entire Gilgit-Baltistan (including Chinese occupied part). So, the only satisfactory solution is to hand over the entire state to India. If anyone (from entire J&K) who does not want to live in India, he/she is always welcome to go to his/her land of El-Dorado.

    Who wants 'so-called' amicable solution?

    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

  • #601505
    Partha you made the starling revelation and the Modi government must make use of Maharaja Hari Singh signed treaty of accession in favor of India and even UN must cooperate with India in this regard. When the country is having the great news in the hand, why and for whom it should fear. Pakistan has to be mended with its ways. If Kashmir issue is sorted out and solved, India can take drastic actions aftermath. Meanwhile India must take the help of army to maintain tranquility and the elected representative of that state who speak for Pakistan must be arrested and kept at unknown jail out of India.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #601509
    No, Mr. Mohan: These people must be sent to that beautiful(!) country about which they dream day & night. They must enjoy the condition prevailing in that country and lick the boots of military of that country.
    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

  • #601526
    My thoughts on this Kashmir Issue. The people are in India. But they are troubling India and Indians. Hence we have to send them out of our country. Where they go is their headache. Them peace will come inside Kashmir. But we will have trouble from external enemies. Our army is always there and says we can face any kind of emergency. So make them ready to face the situation. Identify all the trouble makers by sending forces there. The identified people should be asked to get out of the country. I think this is the only way.
    Why should we have a division donated to others for no reason. I never advise it. we have been tolerating and suffering . How long we have to suffer like this. We should act tough.

    always confident

  • #601551
    To declare Kashmir oh wait! The whole J&k as a sovereign country. That would make Pakistan and India completely disconnected with it'd affairs. It's no secret that the citizens are petrified with continuous interventions of both armies. There are no saints in politics.
    India has committed equal sins to the Pakistan.
    Both countries are inefficient in governing the people. Moreover, the people themselves want a sovereign. This could be the only solution.

    The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.

  • #601553
    Mr. Aditya Mohan: Good comment. If the Government follows your advice, then the next day Pakistan would take two simple steps. The God-forsaken country would invade J&K and demand Kutch, Junagarh and Hyderabad (where you live). Then what steps would you propose to take?

    I would humbly request you to read little bit history before commenting on these issues. It is fashionable to be liberal, but it is definitely not practical.

    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

  • #601570
    There is always this term I've heard over the years: balance of power. If India and China or India and Pakistan ever get to work together, the combined economy will make western economies to totter and wobble and maybe crash too. So that is why there is always this interest by outside powers to keep the anger flowing. It is profitable to those nations to foment trouble in Kashmir, so they can sell weapons to both sides and keep their own nations better off at our expense. If we got some French made planes, the other side gets equivalent of USA made planes. In previous wars, one side always was in support to our side, and one side was against us. Hope we don't forget that in our current situation.

    We need to realize these outsiders are exploiting our national pride to suit their own purposes while we get pushed into war. There are outside advisors in Kashmir who are supposedly supporting India's stance against terrorists, and at the same time these same nations support and train and use terrorists against India. Don't believe this? Just take a look at what's happening in Syria today.
    Syria is attacking ISIS. Russia is attacking ISIS. What does the USA led coalition do? They attack the Syrians, and destroy infrastructure in the places where the ISIS is being defeated. Wikileaks has exposed the full knowledge of USA of the direct financial support given by Saudi Arabia and Qatar for years. Yet, USA makes a 110 billion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia. Two weeks later, there is another 12 billion deal with Qatar. Yet in the UN Security Council they lied openly and went ballistic and made huge drama about Syria and Russia without providing any proof for any of their accusations.

    It is already a bit too late I think. The best option we could go for is to remove all these foreign advisors from the country and send them back; then work on our neighbor through talking things over and try to heal the wounds festering already. We can live with a bit of irritation now and then with Pakistan, than going into a full attack which will not be productive in the long run. You can force people down physically but you can't force people mentally easily. After the present government passes on, the built in and festering vengeance will pop up later. The Palestine and Israel situation has not gotten any better, only worse with bigger weapons, even after decades. There is only suppression, not cooperation. If we be wise, we should not yield to this bully nation USA and its handlers that caused and causes problems wherever they go.

  • #601653
    Partha! No country is allowed to occupy another sovereign I believe. UN wont allow it.
    J&K will have an army of it's own. Maybe after few years but it will. Until then UN will provide it with sufficient defence forces.
    And yes, I do know a little bit about this issue.
    One of the propositions in early 60s was that Indian army will withdraw from the sovereign Kashmir followed by Pakistan.
    Yeah, you heard right. Sovereignty of Kashmir was proposed long back. But we didn't comply.

    The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.

  • #601657
    Sovereignty of J&K! Who proposed it? What are/were their credentials?
    And what about Jammu, Ladakh and Kargil? What about millions of Kashmiri Pandit refugees if J&K becomes so-called sovereign?
    Who will provide security to J&K till it forms it's own military? Tell me about 1948 invasion and co-relate it with your proposal.

    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

  • #601718
    The best way to cope up with the problem of J&k and kashmiris is to provide best education, employment and creative solution to youth of the state, and also show them reality of Huriyat leaders who instigate young minds of Kashmir for stone pelting and creating chaos but on the other hand keep their children away from all the chaos and mayhem by sending them away from the valley.
    And also connect kashmiri people more and more to programs started by army.Best solution is to make the people of Kashmir understand that many leaders their are not in side of anyone neither India nor Pakistan they are behind money and power. Recent sting operation by a famous channel showed how these leaders are filling their coffers by instigating sentiment of youth and living a life of luxury.

    "It is hardest thing in the world to be good thinker without being a good self examiner"

  • #601720
    Ms. Joshi: Time has come to come out of this typical idealistic mindset. Terrorism, particularly religious terrorism, does not depend on the factors which you have mentioned. Religous terrorism is based on the view that a particular religion is superior to other religions and everybody must follow the tenets of that particular religion.
    Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.

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