Go India Go Back III


Kashmir is basically not a part of Kashmir and nobody in Kashmir wants to be the part of India except those who got paid huge salaries from RAW or other Indian agencies like Umer Abdullah. India is continuously killing civilian in Kashmir and using huge forces against innocent Kashmirs. Finally they need some excuse to continue violence and they simply get one, simply blaming freedom fighters are persuaded by Pakistan army or ISI. Kashmir is a state which has huge percentage of Muslim citizens. It can’t be the part of a Hindu state. Even if Indian government considers Kashmir as a part of it they should not use force against Kashmirs that is involved in unjustified killing instead they should conduct free and fair elections and let Kashmirs decide their future either they want to be part of India or Pakistan or they want a free state.

An Indian Policeman Stands Guard Near A Closed Shop During A Curfew In Srinagar.

An Indian policeman stands guard near a closed shop during a curfew in Srinagar September 14, 2010. Indian authorities deployed thousands more federal police across Kashmir to enforce a curfew on Tuesday after one of the worst single days of violence in two decades of separatist protests. Eighteen people were killed, nearly all of them in police firing, during anti-India and Koran demonstrations in the disputed region, increasing the pressure on the government to tackle the protests that have simmered through the summer.

Women Mourn During The Funeral Of A Kashmiri Youth In Srinagar

Women mourn during the funeral of a Kashmiri youth, Yasir Rafiq Sheikh, in Srinagar September 17, 2010. Sheik, who was injured during an anti-India protest last month, succumbed to his injuries at a New Delhi hospital, relatives said.

People Carry A Coffin Containing The Body Of A Kashmiri Youth.

People carry a coffin containing the body of a Kashmiri youth, Yasir Rafiq Sheikh, during his funeral in Srinagar September 17, 2010. Sheik, who was injured during an anti-India protest last month, succumbed to his injuries at a New Delhi hospital, relatives said.

An Injured Demonstrator Is Carried To A Hospital

An injured demonstrator is carried to a hospital after he was wounded in a clash with police in Mendhar area of Kashmir’s Poonch district September 15, 2010. Three people were killed in Kashmir on Wednesday when police clashed with Muslim protesters as the government and opposition parties met in New Delhi to try to end the worst violence in the region in years. Picture taken September 15, 2010

Kashmiri Protesters Burn An Effigy During An Anti-India Protest In Srinagar

Kashmiri protesters burn an effigy during an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 15, 2010. Three people were killed in Indian Kashmir on Wednesday when police clashed with Muslim protesters as the government and opposition parties met in New Delhi to try to end the worst violence in the region in years.

An Indian Police Officer Throws A Tear Gas Canister Towards Kashmiri Protesters

An Indian police officer (R) throws a tear gas canister towards Kashmiri protesters during an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 15, 2010. Three people were killed in Indian Kashmir on Wednesday when police clashed with Muslim protesters as the government and opposition parties met in New Delhi to try to end the worst violence in the region in years.

A Kashmiri Protester Runs For Cover During An Anti-India Protest

A Kashmiri protester runs for cover during an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 14, 2010. Hundreds of stone-throwing protesters battled police in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday, a day after one of the worst single episodes of violence in two decades of separatist protests. Eighteen people were killed, nearly all of them in police firing, on Monday during anti-India and Koran demonstrations in the disputed region, increasing the pressure on the government to tackle the protests that have simmered through the summer.

A Kashmiri Protester Gestures Towards Indian Policemen

A Kashmiri protester gestures towards Indian policemen during an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 14, 2010. Hundreds of stone-throwing protesters battled police in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday, a day after one of the worst single episodes of violence in two decades of separatist protests. Eighteen people were killed, nearly all of them in police firing, on Monday during anti-India and Koran demonstrations in the disputed region, increasing the pressure on the government to tackle the protests that have simmered through the summer.

Demonstrators Shout Slogans During A Protest

Demonstrators shout slogans during a protest to denounce reports that copies of the Koran had been damaged in the United States, in Jammu September 14, 2010. Authorities deployed thousands more central police across Kashmir to enforce a curfew on Tuesday after one of the worst single days of violence in two decades of separatist protests. Eighteen people were killed, nearly all of them in police firing, during anti-India and Koran demonstrations in the disputed region, increasing the pressure on the government to tackle the protests that have simmered through the summer.

Kashmiri Muslim Women Shout Slogans During A Protest

Kashmiri Muslim women shout slogans during a protest on the outskirts of Srinagar September 13, 2010. At least 13 people were killed on Monday in anti-government and Koran demonstrations across Kashmir, police said, in the biggest single death toll from protests in the disputed region in years.

People Look At The Body Of Nisar Ahamad Kuchay, A Kashmiri Youth

People look at the body of Nisar Ahamad Kuchay, a Kashmiri youth, during his funeral in Humhama on the outskirts of Srinagar, September 13, 2010. At least 13 people were killed on Monday in anti-government and Koran demonstrations across Kashmir, including Kuchay, police said, in the biggest single death toll from protests in the disputed region in years.

Kashmiris March During An Anti-India Protest In Srinagar

Kashmiris march during an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 11, 2010. Tens of thousands of Muslims waving green flags and shouting We want freedom marched in Kashmir’s main city on Saturday, setting fire to government buildings and police posts.

Kashmiris Attend An Anti-India Protest In Srinagar

Kashmiris attend an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 11, 2010. Tens of thousands of Muslims waving green flags and shouting We want freedom marched in Kashmir’s main city on Saturday, setting fire to government buildings and police posts.

A Protester Holds An Islamic Flag On Kashmir’s Clock Tower

A protester holds an Islamic flag on Kashmir’s clock tower as he shouts anti-India slogans during an anti-India protest in Srinagar September 11, 2010. Tens of thousands of Muslims waving green flags and shouting We want freedom marched in Kashmir’s main city on Saturday, setting fire to government buildings and police posts.

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Yasir Imran is a Pakistani living in Saudi Arabia. He writes because he want to express his thoughts. It is not necessary you agree what he says, You may express your thoughts in your comments. Once reviewed and approved your comments will appear in the discussion.
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10 Responses to Go India Go Back III

  1. Waseem Adil says:

    I appreciate your comments on kashmir
    thankyou very much
    We all kashmiris are pakistanis in all respects

  2. shamnas says:

    Assalamu alaikkum
    First take care of problems in lahore and karachi. Do you know a lot of people was killed by your own people. They are muslims killed by muslims. I am muslim and Indian. Brother first clear out our own problem then only we have the voice to talk about others.

    regards,

    Shamnas Aboobaker

    • Yasir Imran says:

      Wa Alekum Slam
      Thank you for suggestions. We are doing our best efforts to solve the problems. However being a Muslim Kashmiris are our brothers so we must raise our voices for their problems. Secondly being a human we are ashamed of what Indian forces are doing to humanity.
      Thanks for your comments.

  3. Yasir says:

    Baharat se le ge azadi

  4. AIK says:

    come on man stop writing about India and Kashmir … Save your Pakistan from hellfire .. try to overcome the issues there in ur country then look to Kashmir and other issues .. Oh ! I forget .. the first and foremost thing u Pakistani must do is to prepare a cricket team .. good luck .. bhai .. no hard feelings .. just guiding u right path …..

  5. Alex says:

    The problem between India and Pakistan remains because what was natural after a partition of a country, the exchange of population, never took place. Pakistan and Bangladesh has driven out most of their non-Muslim population, but Muslims are still in India, even after their homeland was created. In fact India now has the second most largest population of Muslims. This has happened because India has not driven-out the Muslims. In other cases of partition elsewhere in the world, there were always exchange of populations. The cases of Greece-Turkey, Germany-Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria-Turkey, Poland-Germany, Bosnia-Serbia, Croatia-Serbia, are the recent examples where full-scale exchanges of population were organized along with the partition. In fact, it is unnecessary to partition a country if the populations are not to be exchanged.
    The problem of Kashmir remains because none of the countries is arguing logically. If Pakistan insists that it has the right to absorb the rest of the Kashmir because of religion and if India insists on its secularism, there is no common ground where these two sides will ever meet. Thus, any discussions just like those before will be futile.
    If the exchange of population would have taken place in 1947, Kashmir problem could not have emerged. Just like Bengal and Punjab in 1947, Kashmir would have been partitioned long time ago and Indians would have stayed in peace with Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists.

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