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4 hours ago, hasanhh said:

My Suspicion:

The Indian Army is inundating Kashmir, evacuating potential witnesses and cutting off communications so the Kashmiris are held hostage for mass murder and gang rape (which Indian troops are notorious for doing in Kashmir) as the Indian gov't revokes 'special status' (like the Puerto Rico's territorial status) to prevent a Pakistani response.

I doubt this will be mass murder/rape thing. What I feel is ruling party want to put few things back in it's place. 

There have been frequent terrorist infiltrations in the valley and has been the reason for rise in militancy, this move will give better grip as it will directly fall under President's rule. 

BJP being a hindutva party, they're sure going to bring back Kashmiri Hindu Pandits who were asked to convert/leave or persecuted in 1990. Most of them left. 

Scrapping of article 370 will bring development in the region as no one except Kashmiris were allowed to purchase or sell land/properties. 

Instead of throwing stones on Indian Army and getting few bucks, this misguided youths will have legit opportunity for employment and progress. 

The ministers of Kashmir have always been suspected of pocketing a large chunk of money granted by Central government for development. This wealth should now be available for welfare of common people. 

This seems to be a good move of integrating Kashmir only if ruling party doesn't have sinister intentions in the future to come. 

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8 hours ago, Sirius_Bright said:

Scrapping of article 370 will bring development in the region as no one except Kashmiris were allowed to purchase or sell land/properties. 

On the news this morning, 05Aug19, this was called "a land grab".

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2 hours ago, hasanhh said:

On the news this morning, 05Aug19, this was called "a land grab".

One of the clause of the scrapped article 370 states that President of India can abrogate this article at once. 

So, this has been done as per law as far as I understand. 

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India sends 8,000 more troops to Kashmir after state's special status revoked

https://en.abna24.com/news//India-sends-8000-more-troops-to-kashmir-after-states-special-status-revoked_967111.html

August 5, 2019 - 5:41 PM News Code : 967111 Source : FNALink: 

India sends 8,000 more troops to Kashmir after state's special status revoked

 

New Delhi on Monday sent at least 8,000 additional paramilitary troops to Jammu and Kashmir after the Indian president revoked a constitutional article granting a special status to the contested state, NDTV broadcaster reported, citing sources. 

India strips Kashmir of autonomous status; Pakistan warns of 'all options

https://en.abna24.com/news//India-strips-kashmir-of-autonomous-status-Pakistan-warns-of-all-options_967102.html

August 5, 2019 - 5:05 PM News Code : 967102 Source : Press TVLink: 

India strips Kashmir of autonomous status; Pakistan warns of 'all options

 

The Indian government has scrapped the special autonomy status for the disputed region of Kashmir as part of attempts to fully integrate the Muslim-majority region with the rest of the country. 

 

 

Edited by Ashvazdanghe

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13 hours ago, Sirius_Bright said:

I doubt this will be mass murder/rape thing. What I feel is ruling party want to put few things back in it's place. 

There have been frequent terrorist infiltrations in the valley and has been the reason for rise in militancy, this move will give better grip as it will directly fall under President's rule. 

BJP being a hindutva party, they're sure going to bring back Kashmiri Hindu Pandits who were asked to convert/leave or persecuted in 1990. Most of them left. 

Scrapping of article 370 will bring development in the region as no one except Kashmiris were allowed to purchase or sell land/properties. 

Instead of throwing stones on Indian Army and getting few bucks, this misguided youths will have legit opportunity for employment and progress. 

The ministers of Kashmir have always been suspected of pocketing a large chunk of money granted by Central government for development. This wealth should now be available for welfare of common people. 

This seems to be a good move of integrating Kashmir only if ruling party doesn't have sinister intentions in the future to come. 

The thread below should be a point of reflection for both India’s & Pakistanis who are blindly accepting the narrative propagated on the mainstream media to be true.

https://mobile.twitter.com/PriyamvadaGopal/status/1158441094704750594

Edited by Ali Al Kashmiri

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1 hour ago, Sirius_Bright said:

One of the clause of the scrapped article 370 states that President of India can abrogate this article at once. 

So, this has been done as per law as far as I understand. 

What they did was unconstitutional, will surely be challenged in the Supreme Court. Do I as a Kashmiri have faith in Indian judiciary? NO. 

https://theprint.in/opinion/the-constitutional-questions-that-arise-from-the-end-of-jammu-and-kashmir-as-a-state/272689/?fbclid=IwAR1_UX68buF28EfYM5mUHIl2twCXq5omsAjXKpder5wpduBoe3sZqgei9nI

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Question to you guys who are more familiar with this conflict; So if I understand correctly article 370 granted some limited authority to the Kashmiri government, like control over immigration, property rights etc. even though it wasn't totally sovereign as the Indian state would often interfere. But the revocation of this article takes away even these provisions, and India would have full control over Jammu and Kashmir, which will now be one state and Ladakh will be another, both of which will have no representation? So what happens to the Pakistan part of Kashmir? Does the revocation of this article apply to them as well? 

Edited by Mohamed1993

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Police pursuit in Kashmir leads to protester’s death

https://en.abna24.com/news//police-pursuit-in-kashmir-leads-to-protester’s-death_967565.html

August 7, 2019 - 4:08 PM News Code : 967565 Source : Press TVLink: 

Police pursuit in Kashmir leads to protester’s death

 

A protester has died in the Indian-administered Kashmir region after reportedly jumping into a river while being chased by police forces during a curfew. 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): A protester has died in the Indian-administered Kashmir region after reportedly jumping into a river while being chased by police forces during a curfew. 

An Indian police official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed the death of the young protester on Wednesday, saying that he had “jumped into the Jhelum River and died” while being chased by police officers, AFP reported. 

The development came days after India abolished the longstanding Article 370 of its constitution, which granted a measure of autonomy to the Muslim-majority state of Jammu and Kashmir. 

Despite the tough curfew, intended to prevent unrest, periodic protests have continued by residents across Srinagar, the main city in Kashmir. 

The deadly incident on Wednesday occurred in Srinagar’s old town, which has emerged as the focal point of anti-India protest rallies throughout the decades of revolt in the Indian-controlled Kashmir. 

The AFP report further cited a source as saying that at least six people were also admitted to a local hospital with gunshot wounds and other injuries inflicted during clashes between Indian police forces and protesters. 

Large parts of the disputed territory have been placed on lockdown, with mobile networks, internet services, and telephone landline services having been cut. 

Some political figures in the Indian-administered region of Kashmir have been placed under house arrest, and the Indian paramilitary forces deployed thousands of extra troops across the region, raising fears of a brewing brutal crackdown. 

India’s move to strip Kashmir of its autonomy has also triggered a furious response from nuclear-armed rival Pakistan. Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry has called the measure “illegal.” And the Pakistani army chief has said the Pakistani military would “go to any extent” to support people in Indian-administered Kashmir. 

Meanwhile, a senior Pakistani security source has reportedly said that a meeting of the Pakistani military’s top commanders had been called for Tuesday. One such meeting had been held on Monday. 

Muslim-majority Kashmir has been split between India and Pakistan since it was partitioned in 1947. Both countries claim all of Kashmir and have fought three wars over the territory. 

Indian troops are in constant clashes with armed groups seeking Kashmir’s independence or its merger with Pakistan. India regularly accuses Pakistan of arming and training militants and allowing them across the frontier. Pakistan strongly denies the allegation. 

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UN concern over Kashmir lockdown as hundreds reported arrested

https://en.abna24.com/news//un-concern-over-kashmir-lockdown-as-hundreds-reported-arrested_967742.html

August 9, 2019 - 4:15 PM News Code : 967742 Source : TasnimLink: 
UN concern over Kashmir lockdown as hundreds reported arrested
 

The United Nations chief has expressed concern over "restrictions" in Indian-administered Kashmir as the Muslim-majority territory remained under an unprecedented security lockdown and a near-total communications blackout for a fourth day. 

Demonstration by Shias of Pakistan against violation of Independence of Kashmir by India

https://fa.abna24.com/news/عکس-و-گزارش-تصويري/عکس-خبری-اعتراض-شدید-شیعیان-پاکستان-به-اقدام-هند-علیه-کشمی_756160.html#

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10, 201912:29 pm (IST)

In the curfew-hit Kashmir valley, even the freedom to mourn the dead has been shut down. When his father suddenly passed away this week in Srinagar, Irfan Ahmad Bhat's grief was compounded by a military lockdown that not only prevented family members gathering to pay their respects, but also meant many could not be told he had died. So tight are the restrictions that Bhat said he had only been able to inform four family members who live in Srinagar that his 58-year-old father had passed away.

https://www.news18.com/news/India/jammu-and-kashmir-live-Pakistan-ups-the-ante-over-scrapping-of-article-370-inter-country-transport-hit-2265379.html#20190810122937

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India announces easing of brutal curfew over Kashmir

https://en.abna24.com/news//India-announces-easing-of-brutal-curfew-over-kashmir_969495.html

August 17, 2019 - 6:30 PM News Code : 969495 Source : Press TVLink: 

India announces easing of brutal curfew over Kashmir

 

Officials in the disputed Indian-controlled Kashmir region have started restoring landline phone lines since imposing a brutal curfew and news blackout on the majority-Muslim territory in early August. 

 

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On 12/14/2017 at 10:10 PM, Jin Jin said:

And what about Kashmir no one really cares about Kashmir?

We care, we remember and we will fight for it with whatever capabilities we have, today with words, if Allah (عزّ وجلّ) wills then tomorrow with weapons.

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Pakistani PM urges nationwide rallies in solidarity with Kashmiris

https://en.abna24.com/news//ayatollah-ramezani-issued-message-of-condolences-on-passing-of-Dr.-yahya-alavi-bonaud_972606.html

August 29, 2019 - 7:48 PM News Code : 972628 Source : Press TVLink: 

Pakistani PM urges nationwide rallies in solidarity with Kashmiris

 

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has called on the entire nation to join mass demonstrations against the Indian government’s decision to revoke special autonomous status of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has called on the entire nation to join mass demonstrations against the Indian government’s decision to revoke special autonomous status of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. 

In a posting on Twitter on Thursday, Khan said, "I want all Pakistanis to come out tomorrow 12 noon-12.30 pm to show solidarity with the Kashmiri people," 

"We must send a strong message to Kashmiris that our nation stands resolutely behind them," the premier added. 

Early this week, Khan called on Pakistanis to begin holding weekly nationwide rallies in support of the Kashmiri people. 

Khan warned in a speech on Monday that the issue of Kashmir could lead to a nuclear war between Islamabad and New Delhi if the international community failed to intervene. 

The Pakistani military announced earlier Thursday the testing of a surface-to-surface ballistic missile, with the army's spokesman saying the weapon was "capable of delivering multiple types of warheads". 

Tensions have been soaring between Islamabad and New Delhi for weeks in the wake of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's move to strip India's portion of Kashmir of its autonomy and bring it under direct rule. 

After the decision on the special status, New Delhi dispatched thousands of additional troops to the Himalayan region, declared a strict curfew, shut down telecommunications and internet services, and arrested political leaders and pro-independence campaigners. 

India’s behavior has drawn criticism from the people of Kashmir and Pakistan as well as human rights groups and the UN. 

In the wake of the move, Pakistan has expelled the Indian ambassador, halted bilateral trade, and suspended cross-border transport services. 

Pakistan recently said it was considering a complete closure of airspace to India and blocking Indian land trade with Afghanistan via Pakistan. 

In recent days, India and Pakistan have exchanged heavy fire across the militarized de facto border in the disputed Kashmir valley. 

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged all parties to exercise restraint. 

Relations between the nuclear neighbors nosedived in February, when over 40 Indian paramilitaries were killed in a bomb attack in Kashmir. New Delhi blamed Pakistan-based militants, but Islamabad denied any involvement. 

Ties have been rocky since August 1947, when the subcontinent was divided into two independent states - Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan - after the British Raj was dismantled. 

Millions were uprooted in one of the largest mass migrations in history, with experts estimating that at least one million died in communal violence unleashed by the partition that continues to haunt the subcontinent to this day. 

Kashmir has been split between India and Pakistan since their partition. Both countries claim the territory in its entirety, over which they have fought three wars so far. 

India regularly accuses Pakistan of arming and training militants and allowing them to cross the restive frontier. Pakistan strongly denies the allegation. 

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European news has reported lndian Army brutality this past week.

No surprise.

Simarily, lCYMl, this morning, 31Aug19, the lndian gov't is being criticized for publishing a citizen list for the state of Assam which according to DeutscheWelle renders 2million people "stateless".

The BBC report: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-Asia-India-49520593 

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People in Karachi rally in solidarity with Kashmiris

https://en.abna24.com/news//people-in-karachi-rally-in-solidarity-with-kashmiris_973283.html

September 2, 2019 - 5:08 PM News Code : 973283 Source : Press TVLink: 

People in Karachi rally in solidarity with Kashmiris

 

People in the city of Karachi took to the streets in their thousands to show solidarity with Kashmiris. They demanded stronger actions from Pakistani government as well as the UN against recent moves by India in Kashmir. 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): People in the city of Karachi took to the streets in their thousands to show solidarity with Kashmiris. They demanded stronger actions from Pakistani government as well as the UN against recent moves by India in Kashmir. 

Protesters here say the Western powers’ indifference towards India’s moves in Kashmir will embolden New Delhi to take further radical measures. However, they say they will continue to speak up for the rights of Kashmiris. 

Speakers at the rally called on the international community to hold New Delhi responsible for its crimes against Kashmiris. They also called for a united stance against India. 

Participants also denounced the silence of some Arab countries on the issue of Kashmir. Indian-administered Kashmir came to the limelight after India revoked its semi-autonomous status last month. 

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran khan has warned that the issue of Kashmir could lead to a war between Islamabad and New Delhi if the international community failed to intervene. 

The United Nations Security Council Resolution 47 adopted in April 1948 calls for a free and impartial plebiscite to let Kashmiris use their right of self-determination. Decades on, people of Kashmir are still deprived of this crucial right. 

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Demonstration in London for solidarity with Kashmir

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Photos: Solidarity rally with people of Kashmir in London

https://en.abna24.com/news//photos-solidarity-rally-with-people-of-kashmir-in-london_973705.html

September 4, 2019 - 5:32 PM News Code : 973705 Source : ABNA24Link: 

 

Hundreds of Kashmiri residents in London marched against the government of India and Prime Minister Modi condemned the crackdown on the Kashmir people.

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GROUND REPORT

'All 7 million of us are under arrest'

AM Jigeesh  Srinagar/Budgam | Updated on September 02, 2019  Published on September 02, 2019

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CRPF personnel patrolling a closed market in Srinagar. Photo: Nissar Ahmad   -  The Hindu

A Kashmir Valley houseboat owner’s anger reflects the people’s mood over the clampdown post Article 370 scrapping

Kashmir is seething in silent anger over the State’s division into two Union Territories and the scrapping of Article 370.

The nerve-centres of the Valley’s trade and commerce are shut as much because of the security clampdown as by traders’ associations in protest against what they feel is their deliberate browbeating by New Delhi.

The biggest jail now’

“This place is world’s biggest jail now. Each one of us seven million people here is under arrest,” says Tariq Ahmed, a social activist who runs a houseboat in the Dal Lake for a living. The area is bright and well-lit but deserted though this is peak tourist and apple/pear harvest season.

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/national/all-7-million-of-us-are-under-arrest-kashmir-valley/article29320082.ece?utm_source=taboola

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https://www.geopolitica.ru/en/article/India-using-rape-weapon-kashmir

https://crescent.icit-digital.org/articles/grave-fears-that-delhi-may-perpetrate-genocide-in-Indian-occupied-kashmir

India is one of the most evil and corrupt regimes on this Earth. Hopefully the fact that there is an international Muslim community will spare Kashmir what the Dalit tribal areas have suffered.

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On 8/10/2019 at 3:46 AM, Ashvazdanghe said:

Kashmir ka Falasteen part 01 

 

 

Tragically I don't speak the language he is speaking however this an issue I am very interested in- the United States who has been the principle supporter of the Zionist colonial project is on it's way down, it is only a matter of time before it internally crumbles, so Zionism has been diversifying and a place it has gained a very close relationship with is India and especially with the BJP who are some very seriously evil people and I do not use the word evilly lightly. Can you give me the basics of what he was saying?

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