Burying our head in the sad doesn’t make us immune to the catastrophe sprinting toward us, does it?
From Kalhan’s Rajatarangini talking about Kings of Kashmir to the last ruling King of Dogra dynasty, Kashmir took a long path to democracy, yet democracy remained elusive leaving some trails down the way.
After the abrogation of Article 370 and 35A, people of Kashmir will get education and job which will thwart these leaders from brainwashing them and furthering their agenda of making Kashmir an independent state.
Kashmir is not a political problem, rather, it is a years old civilizational, existential problem.
I would like to share some of my thoughts on what your politics should be about.
Before seeing Kashmir from media’s lens, yourself just one question “Indian Goverment provides the maximum economic package to J&K state, where does this money go?”
The question on everyone’s mind (In India) should be “Is the job done? Have we achieved what we wanted as a nation in Kashmir after the Pulwama?”. The answer is a blatant NO.