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The Kashmir Conflict

Discussion in 'Internal Affairs' started by desiman, Jun 23, 2010.

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Which solution woud you like ?

Poll closed Yesterday at 4:17 PM.
  1. Solution 1

    45.4%
  2. Solution 2

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  3. Solution 3

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  4. Solution 4

    0 vote(s)
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  5. Solution 5

    1.0%
  6. Solution 6

    5.2%
  7. Solution 7

    1.0%
  1. Joe Shearer

    Joe Shearer VETERAN MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    Did you see where I pointed out that the possibilities open to the princely states was partly in the Indian Independence Act, and partly in the verbal instructions carried by Mountbatten on Attlee's instructions?

    Are you under the impression that East Pakistan was a princely state?
     
  2. Joe Shearer

    Joe Shearer VETERAN MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    You f**king hypocrite :butcher:

    Read your own post #381. If you can't take it, don't dish it out. Above all, when you find someone else finishing what you started, stop whining.
    :meeting:

     
  3. kaku

    kaku Major Technical Analyst

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    Baffled about what? That it was part of Govt. Of India Act 1935. It is written clearly, there is no ambiguity. Instrument of Accession was not directly came fro, heaven, but it always hold a legal authority until 26th Jan 1950.

    Maybe you are a that type of person, a classic liberal, who unable to read what is written on the wall.

    While going hell bent to prove his/her point, just for sake of proving point.

    So it's better you atleast start doin some research before posting anything,
     
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  4. kaku

    kaku Major Technical Analyst

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    So Instrument of Accession hold no value, a legal document, but verbal commitments? So why even taking J&K's instrument of accession seriously? When it don't hold any legal value?

    Furthur, Are you under impression that just because Nehru verbally committed to hold plebiscite, so India is under legal commitments?
     
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  5. kaku

    kaku Major Technical Analyst

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    What is wrong with Post 381?
    All I see is your hypocrisy from start,then sugarcoating it, so it look more kool, isnt it? One cant blame others for what he/she started.
     
  6. layman

    layman Aurignacian STAR MEMBER

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    MP adivasis, India’s slingshot experts, want to take on Kashmiri stone-pelters
    Published April 20, 2017
    SOURCE: ZEE MEDIA

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    Worried over the safety of the security forces in the Kashmir valley, adivasi youth from the Jhabua district have volunteered to face the stone-pelters with their ‘Gofan’. Gofan is a looped cord with a knitted bag on one end, similar to a slingshot. Pebbles are placed in the bag and the cord is swung in the air and the small stones are released towards the target.

    It looks deceptively simple but in reality is a very powerful weapon. The adivasis of Jhabua are experts in using Gofan and are know to be 100% accurate, at speeds 4-5 times than stones thrown using bare hands.


    As per a report in Dainik Bhaskar, the youth of the tribal district of MP have suggested to the government that a ‘Gofan battalion’, consisting of tribal youth, be formed and posted in Kashmir valley to take on the stone-pelters.

    With questions being asked about the use of pellet guns, the Gofan battalion will be the perfect answer to the Pakistan-sponsored misguided youth who indulge in stone pelting, they said.

    Faced with the masters of the art of ‘stone pelting’, the misguided youth of the valley will have no option but to retreat, feel the adivasi youth. Security forces operating in Kashmir often face violent protests and stone pelting mobs, especially during stiff resistance from the locals, when they are engaged in a gunfight with militants, who at times manage to escape with the help of the crowd.

    While pellet guns still remains an option, the security forces are in the process of acquiring non-penetrative plastic bullets for crowd control or stone-pelting mobs to reduce collateral damage during counter-insurgency operations.

    Army chief General Bipin Rawat had earlier warned of tough action against protesters who hurled stones at security personnel engaged in anti-militancy operations or targeted their families.
     
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  7. Baba Saheb Ambedkar

    Baba Saheb Ambedkar IDF NewBie

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    I am firm believer of taking people along even with some concessions, with time they'll be integrated properly.

    However rule of law and upholding constitutional values is a must. There cannot be lapses on this regard.
     
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  8. Hellfire

    Hellfire Mod Staff Member MODERATOR

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    That is correct. But in India, systematically we do not uphold the rule of law, that is why, we pay the price.
     

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