Tuesday, August 9, 2016

What I think we should do in Kashmir.

1. The Prime Minister has broken his silence on the unnecessary unrest over the killing of Burhan Wani, a hard core terrorist. He's spoken about following the Vajpayee legacy on Kashmir based on 'Insaniyat, Kashmiriyat and Jamhuriyat'. He articulated well and came down heavily upon those who have given the youth stones to pelt at the security forces when those hands should be holding laptops, volleyballs and cricket bats.

2. While it's my sincere hope to see an orchestrated effort on his and his government's part to get Kashmir along with the rest of the country, I've a few suggestions regarding a sustained and unwavering policy, the highlights of which are as follows:-

   (a) Keep a close watch on Pakistani activities on the Jammu and Kashmir borders, stop the
         infiltration of terrorists and if the Pakistani army embarks on a misadventure, give it a bloody
         nose that shall be remembered for years.
   (b) Eliminate venomous guys like Syed Salahuddin, Hafiz Sayeed and others whose double game
         is there for all to see. While ensuring that their children were well settled in different walks of
         life, they exhort the innocent Kashmiri youth in inciting violence against India.
   (c) Push the parasitic Kashmiri separatists like Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar and others out of the state.
         Let them enjoy the hospitality of their Pakistani hosts and for starters, withdraw their Indian
   (d) Must initiate efforts to integrate the PoK with our Jammu and Kashmir.
   (e) Meanwhile, the state government must provide good governance to its people.
   (f) The state machinery should be utilised to showcase the good things that we've done in Kashmir
         and effectively counter false propaganda.
   (g) Keep opportunistic politicians on a tight leash and show them their place if they're up to tricks
   (h) And make things conducive for the entire set of the evicted Kashmiri Pandits to settle down at
         their homes.

3. Regarding Kashmir, India needs to be proactive and never, reactive. Period! Let none have any doubt that, Kashmir has been ours, is ours and will always be ours!


Had gone to clear the bills at the KSEB office and the nearby, bank. Thankfully, there wasn't any crowd!

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