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Mehwish Zia

27th October 1947, also known as Black Day , is the darkest day of the history of sub-continent. On this day , the Indian troops landed on the soil of Kashmir and sabotaged the stability of the subcontinent. Unfortunately, Kashmir is one of those royal states that India occupied with its hegemony at the time of partition of the sub-continent. By handing over this Muslim majority state to India against the will of his people, Raja Hari Singh, the Hindu ruler of Kashmir, commenced the never ending story of human rights infringements by Indian army. Extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, sexual assault against women, harassment of Kashmiri students – you name it and they have done it. If peace is what the proponents of war on terrorism want to achieve, why nobody dares to pay heed to the grievances of Kashmiris?


Map-of-IOK-largeA long time ago the seed of the Kashmir conflict was planted by giving India the Muslim majority area of Gurdaspur District at the time of partition of the subcontinent. This blessed the Indian armed forces with a land route to Kashmir. The state forces revolted against Maharaja’s decision and the governor general of India, Lord Mountbatten, ordered the Indian army to land in Srinagar. Pakistan military retaliated and when India could not control the circumstances, it appealed to the UN Security Council to intervene. This was followed by ceasefire and UN resolutions calling for a plebiscite in Kashmir. In front of the whole world India pledged that Kashmiris will be given a chance to decide their future. Later on, it forgot its promises and started to oppress Kashmiris.





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It has been decades now, but the issue of Kashmir cannot be resolved. Since the beginning of this conflict, India is committing the worst kind of human rights violations in Kashmir. Not only this, Pakistan and India have fought at least three wars over Kashmir and have been engaged in several battles over the control of the Siachen Glacier since 1984. Apart from this, day to day battles between Kashmiri insurgents and the Indian Government have further jeopardized the public security. On the one hand, India demands permanent membership of the United Nations . On the other hand, it does not let the people of Kashmir decide their fate. Does this hypocrite deserve permanent membership of the UN Security Council?


Kashmir is not just an issue of land, but also of people. Every year on Black Day Kashmiris living on both sides of the Line of Control tell the world that they are against the India’s illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. Like any other nation of this world, Kashmiris also deserve to live a peaceful life. For that reason, they peacefully demand their right of freedom from India. Also, they remind the international community that the resolution of Kashmir issue is mandatory for the stability of not only Kashmir but also of South Asia. Therefore, it must be resolved in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations.

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