As Tensions in Occupied Kashmir Escalated

As tensions in occupied Kashmir escalated, the US State Department urged all parties to curb and shoot down their investigations. Indian media also reported that even a month's ban on Tuesday did not conquer the Kashmir people, who continued to refuse to withdraw the state's anti-autonomy status on August 5 in New Delhi. India's spokeswoman for The Wire News reported that "the injustice implications for the government's broader decisions are being aggravated by silence and pain for government timing.

According to a report in the Hindu newspaper

Kashmir pointed out that "there is a silence of anger over the main division into two allied territories and the abolition of Article 370. Srinagar residents described the current situation in Kashmir and told a newspaper reporter that "7 million of us were arrested. According to US media reports, US State Department officials told journalists that "worries about continued restrictions on detention and detention facilities continue. We urge respect for human rights, compliance with legal procedures and comprehensive dialogue with affected people.

We remain calm and demand redemption, including investigation. Media reports and think tank experts called for a restraint on the Line of Control, warning that tensions in conflict areas could lead to war between two nuclear weapon states in South Asia. We call on all parties to follow the line of control to maintain peace and stability and to prevent cross-border terrorism. We continue to support direct dialogue between India and Pakistan on Kashmir and other concerns.

Richard Olson, US Ambassador to Pakistan, former US Ambassador to Washington, stressed the need for the United States to effectively act as a crisis manager to mitigate the crisis. And former Pakistan Ambassador Jalil Abbas Jilani warned that tensions over Kashmir could lead to war between India and Pakistan if not resolved.

The two diplomats shared their views on the outcome of the Kashmir merger in the recent two panel discussions at the USIP. Olsen, who was an American ambassador to Pakistan from 2012 to 2015, and Jill Raney, who served in Washington from 2013 to 2017, did not rule out the possibility that the Kashmir conflict would trigger another Indo-Pakistan war.

Democratic president Sanders

Prime Minister Lim Lan and Senator Bernie Sanders raised the plight of Kasmir, who lived in Kashmir, closed for four weeks in Kashmir's residence, separately following the 56th North American Islamic Social Convention (ISNA). At this event, Democratic president Sanders, hopeful for the US elections in 2020, called the move of India that occupied Kashmir "unacceptable. I am also deeply concerned about the situation in Kashmir where the Indian government withdrew Kashmir autonomy and cracked down on opposition and enacted a telecom blackout.

It is also under the name of security that the Kashmiri people are not allowed to use medical services. Even many respected doctors in India admitted that travel restrictions in India threatened the life-saving treatment patients needed. Senator said, “Communication blockade should be lifted immediately, and the US government should boldly represent international humanitarian law and peaceful resolutions supported by the United Nations, who respect the will of the people of Kash Miri.

In his speech, Prime Minister Lim talked about the need to understand the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) party. This is the parent organization of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). I'm doing my best, but I need to make a joint effort to get people to understand this phenomenon that has taken over India on the platform of ISNA. We need to make Western society understand RSS.

Superiority of Hindu civilization

He said the RSS party believed in the racial superiority of Hindu civilization and the ethnic cleansing of Indian Muslims and urged people to study and find out its origins. After the recent election of the BJP, they returned to a stronger force. We are talking about over a billion countries with nuclear weapons that have been taken over by extreme ideologies. What the Nazis proved was that a group with a small, systematic ideological motive could actually occupy a country. This is what happened in India. Extreme ideology has taken over India. The BJP government wants to change demographics.

It takes aliens and changes demographics to turn Islamic majority into Islamic minorities. This is a violation of Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention. The demographics of the land cannot be changed. We believe that what's happening in Kashmir is that the RSS population has become loose among people," Premier urged to raise awareness of what is happening in Kashmir, which ISNA has captured. I'm afraid this ideology won't stop here. I left Genie out of the bottle. I won't come again.

It's not just Muslims who are threatened

I am concerned that Pakistan will deal with a reasonable government in India," Lim said. "I believe there is already a repression in Kashmir. We pay attention to Pakistan. Will take. Prime Minister Lim asked the Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC) to play that role. He also said he would raise this issue at the UN General Assembly. He urged ISNA to let people know what is happening in India.

Fawad Chaudhry, Minister of Science and Technology

Fawad Chaudhry repeatedly claimed that trade and aviation links with India were lost. Chaudhry said, “In principle, the decision to close India's airspace and discontinue trade links was taken, but requires the initiative of all stakeholders. Talking about local politics, he said the government would release former Prime Minister Naz Sharif and former President Asif Jardari. "Pay the money and get your father back," he told Maryam Nawaz and Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.

The minister said Maryam and Bilawal would not talk about public rights in public forums. In response to questions about Maulana Fazlur Rehman's plans for Islamabad march, Fazl said that despite being Kashmir's chairman of the National Assembly for 30 years, he did not mention Kashmir but was strong about Islam's "conquest".
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