ISLAMABAD: India does no longer have the courage to preserve elections in occupied Kashmir despite heavy army presence, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry stated on Monday.
Chaudhry said in a tweet: “seven hundred,000 troops have been deployed in Kashmir and there’s one Indian soldier for every 10 Kashmiris. Despite this, you [India] do no longer have the courage to preserve elections in [occupied] Kashmir.”
Further castigating the Indian authorities, he stated if that is your situation even after spending billions on protection then don’t be stubborn. “Go toward self-determination and let human beings determine what they want,” he brought.
India has announced to conduct popular elections in seven stages beginning on April eleven.
سات لاکھ فوج کشمیر میں تعینات ہے، ہر دس کشمیریوں پر ایک بھارتی فوجی مسلط ہے اس کے باوجود آپ میں جرࣿات نہیں کہ آپ کشمیر میں انتخابات کرا سکیں، جب ارب ھا روپیہ سیکورٹی پر خرچنے کے بعد بھی آپ کی یہ حالت ہے تو ضد نہ کریں،استصواب کی طرف جائیں لوگوں کو فیصلہ کرنے دیں وہ کیا چاہتے ہیں
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) March 11, 2019
It is pertinent to mention that Indian atrocities have reached new heights in occupied Kashmir within the aftermath of Feb 14 Pulwama attack wherein over 40 paramilitary personnel were killed.
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Noted Indian reporters and different intellectuals from across the world have said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “militaristic method” become liable for the growing killings in occupied-Kashmir.
Analysts have further expressed speculations that Modi and his Hindu nationalist celebration is the usage of publish-Pulwama assault chaos for his or her political gains ahead of the countrywide elections.