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If world doesn’t intervene in Kashmir issue, all will suffer: USA Today

If world doesn’t intervene in Kashmir issue, all will suffer: USA Today
September 9, 2019
WASHINGTON (92 News) – American newspaper also urged the world to intervene the Indian brutalities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK). “If the world doesn't intervene to stop the brutality in Kashmir, all will suffer,” the USA Today said, in its article published in the newspaper. The article stated that More attention is being paid to the illegal annexation of Kashmir by India is very timely and It is critically important to let our community know about the unspeakable atrocities being committed in Kashmir by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-supported (RSS) government of Narendra Modi. India’s unilateral action is in gross violation of the Security Council resolutions and international law. This action, along with India’s repeated armed violations of the Line of Control (LoC) between Pakistan and India, has brought two nuclear-armed neighboring countries to the brink of war. This extremely dangerous situation calls for the immediate attention of the global community to arbitrate in the matter. To understand the gravity of the situation it is important to know that RSS, an extremist, right-wing, Hindu nationalist, paramilitary organization, is the parent of India’s ruling party BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party). Its goal is to make India a Hindutva country based on the belief that high-caste Hindus are a superior race. It espouses a special hatred of Muslims, past rulers of India, and supports ethnic cleansing as was demonstrated by the massacre of Muslims in Gujurat in 2002, when Modi was the chief minister of this state. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated by a member and hero of the RSS, for being soft on Muslims. What is of the greatest concern today is the fact that Kashmir, the only Muslim-majority state under Indian control, has been under curfew. Its communications with the outside world has been cut off completely. One million Indian soldiers have made Kashmir the largest prison in the world. Aside from the dreadful violence being perpetrated against Kashmiris, there is an acute shortage of food and medicines. Women have been raped and children have been blinded by pellet guns over the years. The dreadful treatment of Dalits, Muslims, Christians and other minorities by Modi’s government is being protested strongly by Indian social justice advocates, who are themselves victimized by the regime. If Modi’s extremist actions are not checked by the world community, the results are bound to be cataclysmic, impacting not only Kashmir and Pakistan but the whole planet. A month ago, Modi revoked Article 370 and made Kashmir a part of India. He also abrogated Article 35A, which empowered Kashmir’s state legislature to define “permanent residents” of the state and gave them special rights and privileges. The primary purpose of removing Article 35A from the Indian Constitution is to change the demography of Kashmir from a Muslim-majority state to a Hindu-majority state.