never was and will never be part of India - Intifada
We the Peoples of the United Nations, determined to reaffirm faith in undamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small. United Nations Charter
INDIA SMASHES HUMAN-RIGHT VALUES TO SMITHEREENS
CREDIBILITY OF "INCREDIBLE INDIA"
One morning of Dec-Jan 1990, notorious Indian CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) knock at the door of Abdul Ahad Bhat of Batmaloo, Srinagar and demand the TV set to watch their favourite program Ramayana. The lady of the house opens the door to find uniformed armed infantry men staring at her with the demand and the next minute she collapses and is rushed by her relations to the hospital to be declared dead. In Kashmir incredible India does such miracles on daily basis.
THE KILLING FIELDS
Over one million trigger happy armed men in uniform, who do not understand the language, culture, religion, ethos and behaviour, pounce on local population with vengeance and a mindset to eliminate the populace to occupy this rich paradise belonging to the poor inhabitants. It is amazing to find the "GOOD PEOPLE" of the world turning a blind eye to these atrocities committed with impunity. UN can see what happens in Syria, Lybia or Iran but when it comes to Kashmir they look the other way and one wonders why?
More than one hundred thousand men, women and children killed in the last twenty seven years. An independent Kashmir can be a bridge and instrumental between two hostile nuclear nations. Censorship imposed in "Indian democracy" conveniently and with suitability worsens the situations. Indian army makes sure to confine populace behind closed doors as millions on the roads create an embarrassing situation and international community is inclined to ask few questions. Please continue to read.......
INDIAN ARMY'S CRIMES IN KASHMIR
Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone, but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to cemetery - Malcolm X
Martyr Burhan Wani, the man who rekindled and inspired his people infusing new blood to fight occupiers for the basic right of achieving the cherished goal of independence.
The number of gun pellet injury victims, especially youth, mounts to 877. Men women and children invalid for life.
PELLET GUN DAMAGE INDISCRIMNATE
Special Director General of Police, Coordination, Law and Order S P Vaid shares information on incidents with Rising Kashmir Reporter Mir Liyaqat Ali.(December 18, 2016)
DAMAGE BY INDIAN INSTALLED DG POLICE VAID
- 5084 people have been arrested
- 500 have been detained under (Public Safety Act)
- 30 schools have been set ablaze in last five months
- 250 to 275 militants operating in the Valley
TIMES OF INDIA (May 21, 2016)
Around 1.8 million of Kashmir´s population show significant amount of mental distress.
Kobi Wolf of Tel Aviv...Two decades of conflict between militants and the Indian army have cost more than 40,000 lives (now more than one hundred thousand) to date. Read more.........
WHAT ARE WE BEING PUNISHED FOR?
Kashmir is not a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan but an occupation of the land of peaceful people in flagrant violation of international commitments made from time to time.
This is kaniJung 2010 [fight with stones and bricks]. The link for videos below throws ample light on the current political situation: KASHMIR INTIFADA INDIAN ARMY´S BRAZEN
HINDU RELIGIOUS TERRORISM
For the last seven decades, the religious fanatics and politicians of India used the emotionally charged up atmosphere to fulfil its political agenda. It is done at the cost of thousands of lives of defenseless and hapless people of Kashmir. Due to nuclear capabilities of warring countries of the sun-continent, the solution to this vexed problem with a fixed time frame can only be possible through tripartite talks giving main contenders, the people of Kashmir, the right to choose their future. Kashmiri Negotiators have to be extra careful not to get bogged down, to allow India drag the issue to result in fatigue and frustration.
Under the changed circumstances, Sir Owen Dixon´s plan can offer the basis for a settlement and regional plebiscite with inclusion of third option of an independent Kashmir could be acceptable to all the parties and this cannot be done without the mediation of a neutral power or United Nations Organisation.
(photo: Abid Bhat)
A 354-page report compiled by the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) and the International People's Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Kashmir, analysed 214 cases of abuse and highlighted the role of officials in the killing of nearly 70 people and the disappearances of 8,000 people over two decades, BBC´s Riyaz Masroor in Srinagar says. The report names Indian military officials of very senior rank as perpetrators.
Japan News reports (December 12, 2013) that families of torture, rape victims and 8000 people disappeared in mysterious circumstances in a sit-in demanded justice from people responsible for such heinous crimes, highlighting systematic abuse, unjustified arrests, and perpetual harassment of local population. Abdul Rahim Dar, 80 year old heart patient of Sopor Kashmir died after the ambulance carrying him to hospital was stopped by army for continuous use of its siren. Such incidents are a daily occurrence and braving unprecedented harsh realities has made people receptive and enduring.
In a spate of disappearances in and outside of the State of Kashmir, yet another young man of 24, Ishtiyaq Ahmed Shah mysteriously disappeared form a hotel in Jammu, a small hilly border town of Kashmir having sizeable Hindu population. A desperate and frantic effort for the search did not yield any results and Ishtiyaq’s family helplessly have to endure pain and agony inflicted by callous perpetrators.
Another Kashmiri victim Amin Ganaie targeted reportedly disappeared and hasn´t been traced since November, 2013. Amin´s father in frustration said, "I have been roaming from pillar to post to trace my son but nobody from civil and police administration is cooperating or helping me. We registered a complaint at Mahindra Park police station in Delhi but Delhi police did not take the matter seriously,"
Thousands of men, women and children have disappeared as Indian army´s usual trait is to pick up on sight people of all ages including women who get consumed in torture chambers. Most of them get killed facing unbearable torture and are dispensed in unidentified graves. The women picked up are gang-raped, killed and dupmed in graves which cannot even be identified. The rape is used as a weapon to humiliate the populace brazenly and shamelessly.
Local or International Human Right Groups are never allowed to visit Kashmir as India´s fake secular and democratic image gets exposed and puts it into an embarrasing situation. International community must force India to allow these organizations to visit unhindered to take stock of the situation. India must not be allowed to commit these heinous crimes and atrocities with impunity.