Victoria Schofield. · Rating details · ratings · 4 reviews. Why has the valley of Kashmir, famed for its beauty and tranquility, become a major flashpoint, . Kashmir in Conflict. India, Pakistan and the Unending War. By: Victoria Schofield Media of Kashmir in Conflict. See larger image. This book examines the Kashmir conflict in its historical context, from the period when the valley Victoria Schofield is a freelance journalist living in the U.K.
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Facts about Kashmir and its people. They started movement against Maharajah of Kashmir in to be free. When India and Pakistan got independence form Britain kashmiir Maharajah of Kashmir wanted to wanted to be independent and signed stand still agreement with Pakistan. The majority of border area of Kashmir wanted to join Pakistan and their was rebellion and they almost took Kashmir.
Maharajah of Kashmir sort help from India and they provided conditional help with the proviso that after the rebellion is contained the people should be given chance to decide their future with out any fear, favor, and failure to decide their future whether to join India, Pakistan, and be Independent. gictoria
It was India that brought Kashmir Peoples issue before United Nations Security Council and pleaded, promised, pledged, and committed for the right of self determination for the people of Kashmir [Plebiscite].
Their are several these resolutions pending before United nations Security Council.
In April the United Nations Security Council appointed our kahmir Admiral Nimitz, as Plebiscite Administrator to the people of Kashmir their chance to decide their future without any fear, favor, and failure. India continued its brutal and tyrannical occupation of the people of Kashmir and each time people rose up and demanded their freedom and right of self determination they were brutally killed, maimed, confliict, caged, raped, jailed, and humiliated.
Kashmir as a whole is a massive concentration camp on the top of world away from the eyes of concerned and just people of Kashmir. Current movement is non violent and lead by young generation of the grand children who see no safety, security, and future with Ocnflict and extremely resent the fact that they are labeled terrorists by India and killed, detained, maimed, put under curfews, and humiliated on daily basis.
Mashmir is a total and permanent alienation and anger against the repeated attempts to label their freedom movement as terrorist and foreign conspired.
They simply want the brutal Indian troops to leave and let the people of Kashmir decide their right of self determination without any fear, favor, and failure.
Kashmir in Conflict: India, Pakistan and the Unending War — book review
The the freedom movement inwas lead by professionals such as Dr. The people schofiel Kashmir can not be denied their freedom for ever. There freedom can be delayed and their sacrifices and suffering will make them more extremist and more fatalistic, that is bad for Kashmir, India, Pakistan, and Indo-Kash-Pak Subcontinent.
Monies will be wasted of keep people under brutal military occupation as well as bribing various people to show the world that every thing is OK and this movement of freedom is sponsored by foreign countries and extremist.
Kashmir in Conflict
This does not look good for India which claims to be biggest democracy in the world, But when it comes to Kashmir Peoples freedom issue, their i falls very short. People of Kashmir, India, Pakistan, China, and world should be able to enter Kashmir without any hindrance and focus should be tourism, travel, trade, and mutual.
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Tauris- History – pages. Why has the valley of Kashmir, famed for its beauty and tranquility, become a major flashpoint, threatening the stability of a region of great strategic importance to pose a nuclear threat for the entire world?
This book examines the Kashmir conflict in its historical context, from the period when the valley was an independent kingdom right up to the struggles of the present day. Drawing upon research in India and Pakistan, as well as historical sources, this book traces the origins of the state in the 19th century, the controversial “sale” by the British of the predominantly Muslim valley to a Hindu Maharaja in and the 20th century clashes between Muslim and Hindu interests now culminating in the threat of a major war.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate Facts about Kashmir and its people. Other editions – View all Kashmir in Conflict: References to this book Low Intensity Conflicts in India: An Analysis Kasmir Chadha No preview available – Why Leaders Choose War: Tauris- History – pages 1 Review https: Low Intensity Conflicts in India: