Kashmir's incomplete agenda should be fulfilled

It is going to be a year to abolish Article 370 and Section 35A and the two union territories as Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh came into existence. During this period, there have been many meaningful and commendable steps taken by the government to end the violation and discrimination of fundamental rights issued for the last 70 years.

For example, it has now become possible to give the status and citizenship of natives to Hindu and Sikh refugees who fled Pakistan in 1947. In Jammu and Kashmir, Sikh refugees could not get citizenship because there are about 1.5 lakh Hindus from Pakistan due to Article 370 and Section 35A. Due to this, they were deprived of every right from voting to getting a government job. Another major step is the new rules of eligibility created by the government to obtain domicile or certificate of being a native.

Under the new standards, now students who have resided in Jammu and Kashmir for 15 years or who have been educated there for seven years and have passed class 10 or 12 examinations, will now be considered as natives. Apart from this, the children of employees who have worked in the Central Government or its undertakings in Jammu and Kashmir for ten years will also fall under the category of natives. Under the new rules, more than three and a half lakh people have been given domicile in the last month through an online application process. Earlier the situation was that those who were citizens or permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir on May 14, 1954, and their offspring could only get domicile status.

No matter how long the citizens of the rest of India lived in Jammu and Kashmir, they could neither get the status of the natives nor the right to buy a property. The fanaticism and separatism in Kashmir also got wind because the people there had little contact with people from other parts of India and religions. After the Kashmiri Pandits and Sikhs were driven away by the hardliners in the 1990s, most Kashmiri children who became conscious had no habit of dealing with people of other religions. This is why the new generation of terrorists like Burhan Wani and Riyaz Naiku No, but wanted to create something like the Islamic State of Baghdadi, due to lack of ownership in the property, traders of other states did not want to invest in the state.

Most of the leaders of Kashmir had also managed to raise thousands of crores of the economic package from Delhi by provoking anti-India protests, which used to be consumed by sharing political, administrative, and separatist system sitting in the valley. Article 370 and the abolition of full statehood has brought an end to this politics. It is true that late in the morning the democratic process in Jammu and Kashmir will have to be restored in a phased manner, but the leaders sitting at the center have to take a lesson from history and take care that they lead the right people in the politics of the state.

When the political processes are restored, the Center has to keep in mind that political separatists and business alliances will be able to regain the mass that burned Kashmir for 70 years. In a long-term perspective, transparent management of mosques and madrasas, run by hard-line organizations rooted in Kashmir, is extremely important. Without this, it is not possible to stop sowing the seeds of terrorism in the minds of Kashmiri youth. Recently, the situation was created after the terrorists were killed. There is no active left in the organization.

To maintain this position, it is necessary that there should be continuous action on religious and educational institutions that spread fundamentalism. This is also the time to focus on slave Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan. After the partition of Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan is now part of Ladakh in the map issued by the Government of India. Anu. By abolishing 370, India's strong political will surprised both Pakistan and China. At this time, the Chinese army wants to show India under pressure that what they did is done, now they should not think of moving towards Gilgit-Baltistan.

Under this strategy, China not only created tension in Ladakh but also took the Lipulek pass through Sikkim. And even as Bhutan is trying to surround India, it is not enough for the Indian Meteorological Department to issue weather forecast for Gilgit-Baltistan.

If we are really serious about the looting of resources by Pakistan and China in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan and the atrocities committed by the Pak army, then we should give respectful representation to the people there so that they raise their voice Recently, the system of two seats reserved for the Anglo-Indian community in the Lok Sabha was abolished. It is a matter of consideration that if we can represent a very small community in the Lok Sabha due to British rule for seven decades, then why should not the people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan be represented by our Parliament unanimously in India has been declared an integral part of? If there was no provision in the Lok Sabha, the President should make a provision to nominate the representative of slave Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan in the Rajya Sabha.

This will also make it clear to China that India is not going to change the direction of its policy due to military pressure should be considered seriously. This will also send a clear message to China that India is not going to change the direction of its policy due to military pressure.