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RE: Kashmir : a different perspective



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Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2000 18:34:28 -0800

Umesh is right. Let's not get that liberal; let's NOT find ways to break up
our country.

>Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2000 06:37:46 -0800 (PST)
>From: "Tiwari, Umesh K" <UKTiwari@pcgb.com>
>To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>Subject: Kashmir : a different perspective
>Reply-To: debate@indiapolicy.org
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>Except for the fact that "free and fair plebiscite" is impossible, cuz who
>do you ask to vote when most of peace loving pundits have been thrown out,
>most locals are under constant threat from the anti-social militants from
>across the border. 
>It may look like a simple solution for you, but think about placing yourself
>on the ground of Kashmir as a helpless citizen who is not able to express
>himself not because there is no talk of plebiscite, but simply because
>Pakistan and Pakistan trained Jehadi's don't want you to speak. 
>How do you explain the decision of plebiscite to thousands of those who call
>themselves Indians and trusted India to be on their side when they face such
>trouble at their own home?
>No, plebiscite is not going to work now, or ever, cuz the basic condition in
>which plebiscite was agreed to was violated by Pakistan from the very
>beginning by not vacating the occupied territory and completely changing its
>demography by exporting people from Northwest Frontier Province and
>elsewhere.Now they are engaged in doing the same on the Indian side of
>Kashmir by exporting Arab, Afghani and Pakistani Nationals. Do you want
>these people to vote in the Plebiscite and take away a piece of our
>motherland?
>
>Umesh
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