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Kashmiris are Indians too

prasad1

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This Student Helped Evacuate Hundreds Of Kashmiris After Pulwama.

If you’ve been following the news about the forced expulsion of Kashmiri students from Uttarakhand in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack last week, chances are that you have read about Khawaja Itrat.

The 21-year-old Kashmiri has been quoted in several Indian publications and the Washington Post, giving facts and figures about the number of students arriving at the shelter he set up in Chandigarh on Sunday.

While speaking with HuffPost India, during the course of the week, Itrat sounded frenetic, yet upbeat. “We have managed to arrange two buses to get the students out from Dehradun. This is good news,” he said on Tuesday.

These brief conversations always ended with him saying, “Ma’am, I’m very sorry but things are too busy right now. I promise to call you back.”

The mechanical engineering student, who founded the Jammu and Kashmir Student Organisation (JKSO) in 2017, was fielding 300 calls a day.

His organisation, he estimates, evacuated 700 to 800 students from Uttarakhand over five days.

State of denial

Even as hundreds of students were fleeing from cities like Dehradun and Ambala this week, the state authorities refused to admit that Kashmiris were being targeted by right wing activists.

While one Twitter account of the CRPF (Central Reserved Police Force) gave out a helpline number for Kashmiri students who felt they were in danger, the next day, another CRPF account said that news of the Kashmiri students facing harassment was fake.


Earlier this week, Vikas Verma, the convener of the Bajrang Dal in Dehradun, told HuffPost India that he wanted “all” Kashmiri students out of Uttarakhand and they could return when the Indian flag was raised in every house in Kashmir.
Verma also said that the Bajrang Dal was tracking the social media account of Kashmiri students and preparing a “dossier” to submit to the police.

This vicious environment will only prevent Kashmiris students from completing their education and leading productive lives.
Two colleges in Dehradun have said that Kashmiri students will not be admitted in the new academic year.




Yes, they are Muslims, But they are Indians first.

The Indian Government and State governments have done a disservice to the country.
This is how you create Terrorists.
This is the beginning of Genocide.
Shame on us.
 

prasad1

Well-known member
In the past three days, volunteers of Khalsa Aid, a non-profit organisation, have come to the rescue of 250 Kashmiri students and facilitated their travel to Jammu.

Volunteers said about 40 more students were expected to arrive in the city on Wednesday morning.
“We are still verifying, but about 40 more students may arrive here on Wednesday,” said Amarpreet Singh, a Khalsa Aid volunteer.


In India, if the news is unpalatable, then blame the Media, and call them fake news.
If Modi was not worried about his base (Voting season), he might have taken some action, but then again these are Muslim students.
 

prasad1

Well-known member
The Centre late on Friday night asked all states to ensure the security of people belonging to Jammu and Kashmir amid reports that some of them were attacked in different parts of the country in the wake of the Pulwama terror attack.

This was conveyed by the Home Ministry in an advisory to all states following a directive of the Supreme Court, which took up a petition in this regard.

The state governments and Union Territory administrations and the nodal officers appointed by them are once again advised to take all necessary steps to prevent any act of assault, threat, intimidation, social boycott etc. Against Kashmiris (including students) as well as minorities in accordance with the order of the Supreme Court, the advisory sent to all state government said.

The home ministry also said the central government is concerned at the reports of incidents of assaults and harassment against residents of Jammu and Kashmir, especially students in some parts of the country, in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack, which killed 40 CRPF jawans on February 14.
In this regard, an advisory was issued on February 16 to all state governments and Union Territory administrations to take necessary steps to ensure safety and security of the persons belonging to Jammu and Kashmir.

This issue was also raised before the Supreme Court which directed that the nodal officers appointed by the states/UTs for the safety and security of residents of Jammu and Kashmir would take necessary steps to prevent acts of violence, discrimination and other coercive acts against Kashmiris (including students enrolled with the institutions in the respondent states and the Union Territories) and other minorities in the wake of the terrorist attack in Pulwama.


It took center 8 days to issue this order knowing fully well that it is not going to be carried out till all Kashmiri have disappeared. What an empty gesture.
 

prasad1

Well-known member
Speaking at a public rally in Rajasthan’s Tonk, PM Modi said, “Our fight is against terror, the enemies of humanity… Our fight is for Kashmir not against Kashmir, not against Kashmiris.”

“What happened to Kashmiri youths in the last few days…It does not matter whether the incident was small or big, such things should not happen. Kashmiri youths are victims of terror. Every child of Kashmir is with India in our fight against terror,” said PM Modi.

The prime minister said incidents like these “give power to Bharat ke tukde honge gang” and their supporters. “It is the responsibility of every Indian to protect every laal (child) of Kashmir,” he said.


Cow protection got a faster response from the PM than the protection of Kashmiris (who are Indian but Muslims),
 
really sad to see all Kashmiris being seen as terrorists and anti nationals merely based on the action of few fringe groups. Why aren't militant outfits like Bajrang Dal brought under a leash? If provocative statements continue to be made about questioning the patriotism of others, society will get stressed to disunion.
 

swm3

Member
This Student Helped Evacuate Hundreds Of Kashmiris After Pulwama.

If you’ve been following the news about the forced expulsion of Kashmiri students from Uttarakhand in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack last week, chances are that you have read about Khawaja Itrat.

The 21-year-old Kashmiri has been quoted in several Indian publications and the Washington Post, giving facts and figures about the number of students arriving at the shelter he set up in Chandigarh on Sunday.

While speaking with HuffPost India, during the course of the week, Itrat sounded frenetic, yet upbeat. “We have managed to arrange two buses to get the students out from Dehradun. This is good news,” he said on Tuesday.

These brief conversations always ended with him saying, “Ma’am, I’m very sorry but things are too busy right now. I promise to call you back.”

The mechanical engineering student, who founded the Jammu and Kashmir Student Organisation (JKSO) in 2017, was fielding 300 calls a day.

His organisation, he estimates, evacuated 700 to 800 students from Uttarakhand over five days.

State of denial

Even as hundreds of students were fleeing from cities like Dehradun and Ambala this week, the state authorities refused to admit that Kashmiris were being targeted by right wing activists.

While one Twitter account of the CRPF (Central Reserved Police Force) gave out a helpline number for Kashmiri students who felt they were in danger, the next day, another CRPF account said that news of the Kashmiri students facing harassment was fake.


Earlier this week, Vikas Verma, the convener of the Bajrang Dal in Dehradun, told HuffPost India that he wanted “all” Kashmiri students out of Uttarakhand and they could return when the Indian flag was raised in every house in Kashmir.
Verma also said that the Bajrang Dal was tracking the social media account of Kashmiri students and preparing a “dossier” to submit to the police.

This vicious environment will only prevent Kashmiris students from completing their education and leading productive lives.
Two colleges in Dehradun have said that Kashmiri students will not be admitted in the new academic year.




Yes, they are Muslims, But they are Indians first.

The Indian Government and State governments have done a disservice to the country.
This is how you create Terrorists.
This is the beginning of Genocide.
Shame on us.
Hey Prasad, you started this thread and spamming it with your own views. We get it, you are a bleeding heart liberal, and like most self-styled liberals, want to convey the Modi government and the Hindutva folks are intolerant deplorables.

OK, where were you when the following events happened (where you even born?):

  1. In the late 1980s the Sunni Wahhabi JKLF and Islamists infiltrated into Kashmir at the behest of the ISI, seeking vengeance for their humiliation defeat in East Pakistan leading to the formation of Bangladesh. Incidentally, that event was preceded by the genocide and rape of millions of Hindus by General Tikka Khan.
  2. Throughout the nineties the ISI infiltrators masquerading as Kashmiris created havoc in the valley terrorizing the Kashmiri Pandits, killing hundreds of them and raping their women, leading to mass exodus of Pandits to Jammu and beyond. During this period the Congress government (Narasimha Rao) and the accidental PMs during period of political instability were 'pussy footing' as Kashmir burned.
  3. In 1999, Pakistani army (under Musharraf) infiltrated into Kargil posing as Kashmir insurgents and killing Indian soldiers. This and subsequent events lead to Kargil war and humiliation for the Pakistan army causing them to retreat. Pakistan was isolated by the world community.
  4. All through the nineties there were many bombings across India, most of them by Muslims aided and abetted by Pakistani ISI. The worst incident was the serial bombing in Mumbai that caused death of over 300 people. The chief architect of the bombing, Dawood Ibrahim) escaped to Pakistan and living comfortably even though the US and Interpol have declared him as a most wanted terrorist. Hundreds died during the nineties - all abetted by Pakistan, including the bombings carried out by the Khalistanis. In fact, the Khalistani insurgency was aided and abetted by Pakistan, but Indira Gandhi quashed it and paid with her life.
So, where were you and your liberal friends during the death and destruction inflicted on the Hindus by the Kashmiris and other Muslims? At a time when the 'true' patriots were shocked and outraged over the Pulwana event, some Kashmir students getting free education had the audacity to gleefully celebrate the death of 40 of our soldiers with insensitive tweets like " they wished it was 400 instead of 40"! Do the liberals expect that the victims’ family and the patriots should cheerlead the celebrating Kashmiris? In the US, if a Muslim gang danced on the street following 9/11 terror they would have been given a one way ticket to meet their Allah. In Pakistan a mere rumor of blasphemy can get one lynched to death.

By all means protect the Kashmiri students, but don't use the isolated harassments to shame the government and the nation. Not that 20 Kashmir students were hurt or killed. None of that happened. Where is the 'Tukede Tukde' gang as well as Arundhati Roy, Kanhaiya and other anti-nationals hiding in their closets.
 

jaymas

Member
If Kashmiri is also an Indian then why 370 which declares them with special right of constitution, flag etc., why we India subsidise everything to unimaginable price by taking indians tax money.
Why our or any other country can invest to start industry and remove unemployment by giving youth a job opportunity.
By article 370 our constitution declares indirectly that they are not indians.
Make Kashmiri youth to compete with Indian youth in every field then I can agree the argument that
"Kashmiri is also Indian"
 
Today what is the ground reality in Srinagar and surrounding areas to tourists from other parts of India, Except for few like Taxi drivers, there is cold look and shopkeepers make us feel unwanted. Even localites pass snide remarks.
 

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