On April 26, 2017, Soutik Biswas, BBC’s Indian correspondent posted an article, entitled, Is India losing Kashmir?.
Dr. Farook Abdullah, an Indian poodle and former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir and Union cabinet minister, has also warned New Delhi that it’s losing Kashmir as result of its barbaric crackdown on protests by boys and girl students.
Since the Hindu police murdered Burhan Muzzafar Wani, a popular commander of Kashmir resistance group Hizbul Mujahideen in July last year – more than 100 Kashmiri civilians have been killed by Indian security forces.
On Monday, Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir’s chief minister Mehbooba Mufti who head PDP-BJP ruling coalition rushed to New Delhi to urge the federal government to announce a dialogue and show reconciliatory gestures toward Kashmiri opposition parties. However, her plea was rejected by the federal government.
PM Narendra Modi, a Hindu fascist, and his home minister Rajnath Singh told her that they could not offer a dialogue with separatists and other restive groups in the valley while fierce violence and Mujahideen attacks continued.
There are rumors in Indian media that she might break her party’s collaboration with the Hindu extremist party BJP.
Earlier this month, Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar (related to prime minister Nawaz Sharif) in an interview with Jew-owned Wall Street Journal said Islamabad wants Trump administration to resolve the Kashmir disputed based on the 1948 UNSC Resolution which clearly stated that “both India and Pakistan desire that the question of the accession of Jammu and Kashmir to India or Pakistan should be decided through the democratic method of a free and impartial plebiscite.”
At the World Economic Forum in January, 2017, Pakistan’s former army chief Gen. Raheel Sharif reiterated Kashmir, Kashmir, Kashmir being key to peace in the region and friendship with India. He also reiterated Kashmir Valley is jugular vein of Pakistan (watch video below). Both countries have two major wars over the disputed valley.
India’s world renowned author and human rights activist Arundhati Roy has claimed on several occasions that Kashmir is not part of India. Arundhati Roy also supports Palestinian resistance against Jewish occupation of Palestine. She wrote in 2006: “Palestine still remains illegally occupied. Its people live in inhuman conditions. They never know when their homes will be demolished, when their children will be shot, when their precious trees will be cut, when their roads will be closed, when they will be allowed to walk down to the market to buy food and medicine.”