Ghulam Muhammad Mir, former President of Plebiscite Front and National Liberation Front (NLF) was a close associate of Maqbool Bhat who was, at times, jailed along with him during his political activism in Pakistan including the famous Ganga Trial. On 25th April, 1986, G.M. Mir published a five-year report about the political activities of JK Plebiscite Front. In this report, … [Read more...] about Maqbool Bhat’s execution – Revelations by Ghulam Muhammad Mir
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Kashmir: Where Dead Bodies are a threat to Indian National Security
Kashmir is no stranger to tragedy. But the insult and injury upon the people of Kashmir seem to have reached a tragic, demonic, level, even by Kashmiri standards. The practice of handing over dead bodies of militants to the immediate family members of militants in Kashmir was established to counter allegations of 'forced disappearances,' by the Security Forces. Around 10,000 … [Read more...] about Kashmir: Where Dead Bodies are a threat to Indian National Security
Is Pakistan responsible for not fulfilling the pre-conditions for the plebiscite in Kashmir?
A myth constructed and repeated by India and few quarters in JK that Pakistan halted the implementation of the UN Resolutions by not withdrawing her troops from AJ&K. For example, the founder of JKLF Amanullah Khan writes in this connection: "The UN Resolution of 13th August, 1948 asked Pakistan to remove all her troops and the tribesmen from the state first. Then India … [Read more...] about Is Pakistan responsible for not fulfilling the pre-conditions for the plebiscite in Kashmir?
The arrival of Tribesmen in Kashmir – How Muzaffarabad was saved
The incident of 22nd October, 1947 is a controversial chapter in the history of Kashmir. India and her friends in Kashmir quote this incident to justify the state's accession to India by Maharaja Hari Singh whereas the Pakistani stance is that it was a natural response by the people of the Tribal Areas to the oppression on Kashmiri Muslims by the Dogra rulers. That they had … [Read more...] about The arrival of Tribesmen in Kashmir – How Muzaffarabad was saved
Patiala regiment in Kashmir – an ignored reality
Perhaps the biggest of lies related to the Kashmir dispute is that the Indian Army had arrived in Kashmir only after the tribesmen intruded on 22nd October 1947. Whereas the reality is that the Indian Army was present in different parts of Jammu and Kashmir by 17th October 1947 which means five days before the Tribals came and ten days before the 27th of October. The fact came … [Read more...] about Patiala regiment in Kashmir – an ignored reality