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For sixty years we have all heard the rhetoric that Kashmir is an integral part of Bharat--yet six decades later, hoisting the Indian flag on government buildings in Kashmir is tantamount to igniting the Chanars on fire. It is strange to hear that waving the Indian flag is an anomoly and would set the valley on fire. Comments plz.

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Asked by jaco, 21 Jan '11 09:01 am
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The Pakistani flag is banned in Kashmir. It is a crime to hoist the Pakistani flag, however during protests the Pakistani flag is ubiquitous. CM advocated that BJP refrain from disturbing peace in Kashmir through its provocative grandstanding. It is not the BJP who is "precipitating the situation" by going ahead with the flag hosting in Srinagar on 26th January, it is Omar Abdullah who is precipitating the situation with his statements. Abdullah with his statements is sending wrong signals that he accepts the trouble makers demand of not hoisting the Indian flag in Lal Chowk. Republic day is most auspicious day in the lives of all Indians whether they live in Indian main land or anywhere else in this globe. We are proud to celebrate our Republic Day and hoist the national tricolour. Any individual, association or political body has the proud privilege to hoist the Flag in respectful manner in any corner of the country. State Govt can't deny any Indian to hoist National Flag on this day ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 21 Jan '11 09:05 am

 
  
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It is all due to external forces......Kashmir is integral part of India and nothing to discuss about it.
Answered by anantharaman, 21 Jan '11 09:04 am

 
  
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My dear this is india that is bharat.! mera desh mahan!
Answered by shyamvanwari, 21 Jan '11 11:00 am

 
  
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