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How is the situation in J&K. Any hope for a peaceful settlement?

Asked by Rashtrasnehi, 25 Aug '08 09:52 pm
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Lets see what happens in PAK.
Answered by Milind Joshi, 25 Aug '08 09:54 pm

 
  
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Situation in J&K is very-2 bad. No political party ready to burn hands only SAKING ROTIYAN. Only siliver line I could see in dark clouds that Sangharsh Samiti did not allowed BJP to hijeck the agitation. Now we will have to wait n watch.
Answered by Jyoti Gupta, 26 Aug '08 01:44 am

 
  
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There really is no problem in J&K. The govt & politicians and the opposition are just trying to score as much brownie points off the communal cards as possible out of a situation that could've easily been handled.

While AMarnath Shrine Board Vs Pro PoK ppl were fighting like idiots, in nearby Batlal, the Amarnath yatra continued full on w/o any disturbances whatsoever, under FULL Muslim support.

In most countries of the world, if the ruling party in the center is communal, the opposition becomes principled. But in India, both the ruling parties & the opposing parties are gnawing at the nation's throat w/ full ferocity to see who can slice off the most meat off Bharat Mata.

J&K is fine- our politicians are not.

And as patriots of India, we should show ourselves to be better grade than those separatist patriots. And that includes admitting our own mistakes in J&K. The CAPITAL mistake there is...CRPF. Any organization which has the word "POLICE ...more
Answered by A Moin, 26 Aug '08 01:27 am

 
  
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The situation in Kashmir is not all good. Nor it appears to support any peaceful settlement. Peace can not be expected in a place where continual hatred and violence is sown.
Answered by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 25 Aug '08 09:59 pm

 
  
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U CLOSED SUBSIDY IN GHATI & TOURIST SHOULD NOT VISIT GHATI FOR ONE YEAR ONLY
U DECLARE IT, & SEE THE REACTION & WATCH IT
Answered by Sudhir Jain, 25 Aug '08 10:42 pm

 
  
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