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?
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
The morning of 1st April 1993 brought another mourning in Kashmir when a bullet-ridden human corpse was found in the Bachpora area of Srinagar. It had been lying face down. The children of the area had turned it over. The body was lying in a pool of blood. An entry bullet wound could be seen on the right and another wound on the left of the neck from where the bullet had left. … [Read more...] about The victimization of intellectuals in Kashmir – How they killed Dr. Abdul Ahad Guru
Maqbool Bhat along with his two colleagues, Riyaz Dar and Hamid Bhat, was handed over to JK Police by people of Langate near Kupwara in the year 1976. He was then sent to Tihar Jail, Delhi while the other two were lodged in Central Jail, Srinagar. Since 1976, he had spent 7 to 8 years in Tihar Jail, Delhi till 1984 when he was suddenly hanged by Indian authorities. Question … [Read more...] about Maqbool Bhat’s Execution – People who were responsible became his heirs
Each year 5 February is marked as "Kashmir Day" throughout Pakistan since 1990 when Qazi Hussain Ahmed, the then Amir of Jamaat-i-Islami Pakistan, had given a call to mark this day as a day of solidarity with Kashmiris. His call was supported by the then Chief Minister of Punjab, Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto government in Islamabad officially declared this day … [Read more...] about The Forgotten Massacre of Uri – 5 February 1932