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Why is India lying so much on kashmir?

29 Aug '08 03:57 am
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India is lying, dear it is not true, india is paying to kashmir since 1947, they cry for freedom in u. n.o., but taking huge subsidy
" largest in the whole country " from india
why they taking, is it not shamefull for those, who cry for freedom.
india ki berdast ka imthan liya ja raha hai, aur ab paani sir tak pahuch chuka hai. jis din india bolega, uska aaka bhi india me merge ho sakta hai, kashmir ko to kashmiri bhool jaye
Answered by Sudhir Jain, 29 Aug '08 05:23 am

 
  
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India is not lying on kashmir , actually the fact is kashmir is lying in india,....... such baat hai thodi kadwi lagegi but thats true,...........
Answered by khiladi akshay, 29 Aug '08 04:53 am

 
  
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INDIA IS NOT LYING ON KASHMIR ON ANY POINT.Kashmir's accession to India is according to rules and regulatrions. Immediately after Partition the accession of any Indian state either to Pakistand or India depended upon he will of the people there. Nehru whose family came from Kashmir was uncomfortabvle for it was obvious that on account of itrs nearness fo Pakistan and its Muslim majority it would accede to Pakistan.But he had reconsilled himself to this possibilityu. However, Mr.Jinnah,in the meantime,was afraid that if left to the will of the people of the States Muslism rules Hindu majority states would accede to Indiaaa e.g. Hyderabad,Junagadh and some states in Rajsthan.He suggested that the decvision should be lelft to the ruler and it was agreed upon. States were asked to decided one way of the other. The Nawab of Bhopal who was a Muslim had taken leading interest in the Partition and was supposed tobe the first to go over. But surpsisingly enough he was the first to accede t ...more
Answered by radhikamruta, 29 Aug '08 04:46 am

 
  
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It is not easy
Answered by alok goel, 23 Jun '12 08:29 pm

 
  
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Ya india is lying.
Kashmir want freedom, but indian media don't show kashmir feelings.

recenly indian gov banned every type of media in kashmir.
Answered by universaltruth, 29 Aug '08 10:59 am

 
  
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Then who is speaking the truth -pakistan,firstly go through the fact and figures and then comment
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 29 Aug '08 04:10 am

 
  
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