Posted on 18 May 2008.
Who won the war in 1948. The botton line is that Azad Kashmir and Norhtern Areas were liberated in 1948 or these areas would still be part of Occupied Kashmir in India.
Peace is a two way street
Nehru’s commitment to the people of Kashmir
Kashmir and Junagarh is Pakistani territory
Kashmir: Does the article of accession exist?
US resolutions, and Nehru speeches on disputed nature of Kashmir
Huge backlash against Zardari’s Kashmir statement. Pakistanis repudiate this treason and treasury ‘batt keh raheh gaa hindustaan—kashmir banaiga Pakistan
There is a lot of confusion in many minds on the state of affairs in Kashmir in 1948.
Before the forged article of accession was pushed by Mountabatten and the Nehru team, Kashmir was a state like Hydrabad, Junagarh, Manvadar–part of the 570 states in the Subcontinent that were never part of the British Empire.:
All of Kashmir was supposedly handed over to New Delhi.
This is the part of Kashmir that was liberated by Pakistan in 1948. It is called Azad Kashmir
The states in the Norhtern Areas joined Pakistan of their own free will. The Northern Areas of Gilgit and Hunza etc which were not part of Kashmir were also liberated by Pakistan in 1948
The Northern Areas marked as Karakorum Range joined Pakistan and were liberated in 1948 along with Azad Kashmir.
This is the part of Kashmir that is illegally occupied by the Indian army. More than 800,000 soldiers are stationed in Kashmir
This is Indian occupied Kashmir that needs to be liberated.
Omar Abdullah’s uncle ‘hates’ India: NEW DELHI: Pro-India Kashmiri political party National Conference (NC) chairman and former union minister Omar Abdullah admitted in his Internet blog that at least one senior member of his family, 70-year old uncle Sheikh Nazir Ahmed, feels extreme hatred towards ‘India’. Party insiders say that Nazir’s hatred towards the Indian establishment stems from the early sixties when his mentor and later Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah was in prison in Delhi. The government in Delhi had then turned down the late Abdullah’s request to attend marriage of his younger daughter Surrayya in Srinagar. Nazir returned with a gift from Sheikh Abdullah for Surrayya, vowing never to return to Delhi and disliked India since then. iftikhar gilani
Ladakh, Kashmir needs to be liberated