Modi must learn from Indira Gandhi’s hard decisions on Bangladesh to solve Kashmir crisis

Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi

Pakistan has ultimately succeeded in creating a big chunk of our Kashmiri population as the fifth communist within our country and working for our enemy. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan on India’s Independence day speech rather having a direct dialogue with Kashmiri people to calm down the unrest. Why he did not address the Kashmiri people from the Red fort to bring an end to the Kashmir crisis.

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan on India’s Independence day speech rather having a direct dialogue with Kashmiri people to calm down the unrest. Why he did not address the Kashmiri people from the Red fort to bring an end to the Kashmir crisis.

Modi must interact with Kashmiri people and assuage the feelings of the protesters to find a solution for the progress and development of the state. The matter has now deteriorated to such an extent that even Northern Army Commander Lt Gen D S Hooda showing his inability to deal with the situation militarily has now suggested: “That all including separatists and student protesters should sit down and see if we can find an end to the unrest in the valley.

Further adding that, ”I know it is not easy, the situation is difficult Everybody who is in any way involved in J&K needs to introspect and this is not a political statement, It is a statement of facts because everyone is involved whether security forces, separatists, governments, student leaders so my appeal is to everyone, I think we need to find some way forward in this.”

Inspite of Army and leaders of opposition reminding him repeatedly of these facts, Why he has chosen to ignore a solution to this problem.
If something untoward happens now with Kashmir, Narendra Modi will be directly responsible and history will remember him as a “misfit” for prime ministership.

This Modi government has thus virtually led the country to a defeat. He must therefore correctly work out the losses so far sustained in

  1. The loss of military troops in the Indian Army where as Pakistan is only losing militants rising from Pakistan/Indian Kashmir society.
  2. The weaponry so far looted by protestors/militants from Indian security forces/police forces.
  3. The loss of morale suffered by the Army due to wrong handling by the BJP government.
  4. This also amounts to inviting other terrorist groups in the region to join against Indian forces ultimately damaging our interests on the lines of terror groups converging in Afghanistan and ready to destroy that country.
  5. The resources /wealth lost by India since the valley crisis that will impact its finances.

Diverting the issue to the problems in Balochistan,PoK, Gilgit and Baltistan which are almost closed cases since 1947 and do not have any bearing to the Kashmir valley crisis, PM Modi is virtually be fooling himself. The unanimous parliamentary resolution of 1994 had reaffirmed that the region of Gilgit-Baltistan is a part of Jammu and Kashmir which is an integral part of India by virtue of its accession to it in 1947. Then why it was not pursued consistently in the global forums.

Modi is actually at sea regarding our Kashmir Valley crisis and may lead the country to disastrous consequences. Under Former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s leadership, the handling of Bangladesh problems boosted the morale of our forces and upped the image of India among the big powers of the world.

Modi should shun his Mann Ki Baat and start living in realities and start finding solutions to the problems of India.

Blog : By Arti Bali,
arti
(Senior Journalist)

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