Playing with fire

The reckless and dangerous act of the Bharatiya People’s Party to kill a privileged position in the Kashmir-controlled region of India has led to a grave threat of massive subjugation.

Instead, Hindu extremists around India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi have urged him to suppress public opinion globally – he strongly believes that Kashmir is a controversial territory – and by dividing the controlled territories of the Indian Union Progress on the road to ruin.

Although the evil motive was already in the form of the People’s Party, in India’s last election, Modi and the company have taken the confidence – some would say was foolish – to promote it.

Due to its strength and willingness, the Indian company decided to run the risk of playing with fire.

The issue is ongoing in BC

However, the question that must be asked is: Not so long ago, when it comes to Kashmir, are Pakistan and India willing to stand in the middle? On the contrary, the US response to the Indian occupation of Kashmir is very disappointing.

A spokesman for the US State Department issued a humiliating statement on the issue, ignoring Pakistan’s position on the issue.

On the contrary, the statement appears to be inaccurate in support of New Delhi’s arrogant claims and states that “… the Government of India describes the situation as internal.

Regardless of the manner in which the Indian government is used to promote violence in Kashmir, the United States must have the courage to speak up.

The request of US President Donald Trump to stop between Islamabad and Delhi seems to have vanished without a problem because the United States has entered into an agreement to resolve a major problem.

However, a positive development from the situation in the past few days is that the leadership of the Kashmir-based coalition has united against India’s reluctant design.

While Hurriyat leaders such as Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, and JKLF head Yaseen Malik have criticized India in the region, though some former IHK supporters in Delhi vehemently denied that they held Kashmir.

Former IHK Prime Minister Mehbooba Mufti said the amendment to Article 370 was “the darkest day of democracy in India”, while Prime Minister Omar Abdullah also led the conflict.

Perhaps it is time for the Kashmiri leaders who are different in pushing to cover their differences and shake hands with India on this difficult issue; this is not a political move and is directly related to the survival of Kashmir as a separate entity.

In addition, Pakistan has achieved good results by reaching out to foreign leaders, including Malawi and Turkey, and has united them in the case of Kashmir.

It is time for the Organization of the Islamic Conference to take decisive action and follow the Kashmir issue around the world.

Only a word in Pakistan that can be tiring, but if the Islamic Conference provides support to Kashmiris, the world will respond.

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