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Mehbooba showed a picture of J & K depicting the two parts that are under external powers. She wants the Jammu and Kashmir of 1947 and says that Central government is not doing anything to take these areas from Pakistan and China. Is is talking sense or escalating the problem or want these two countries indirectly to mediate for amicable solution of Kashmir problem ?

Tags: problem, central government, china
Asked by Dharmarajan, 15 Feb '11 08:21 am
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Mehbooba is synonym for Problems. It could be your Mehbooba, mine Mehbooba or Mehbooba from J&K doen't matter. Does it matters for you?

Politics in India means creating problem for ruling party no matter how maney people suffer in doing that. And ruler always try to snub opposition no matter what happens to general public. No one is worried about India everybody trying to catch hold of Big Chair.
Answered by Jyoti Gupta, 15 Feb '11 12:41 pm

 
  
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It is true that India has failed to get back the parts of Kashmir from Pakistan & China. The chances of getting those parts back, in the present scenario appear remote. But thats how the political agendas in India usually are designed, the ones that attract the people, touch people's heart, but to fulfill thise becomes somebody else's responsibility.
If Mehbooba Mufti comes up with practical manifesto, for example, to open up 1000 schools all over Jammu & Kashmir, 600 professional colleges, 20 universities, with adequate provision for staff and their safety & welfare, it will work in the favor for generations of Indians. But politicians have their own interests.
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 15 Feb '11 08:29 am

 
  
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We need to be balanced in our approach
Answered by anil garg, 09 Apr '11 02:17 pm

 
  
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