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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    There is been a few upsetting episodes in the state since this new government has come back to power. The video of a terrorist of Laishkar preaching in a mosque on gun point and provoking people to join their freedom movement is quite upsetting. Then terrosists hiding at various places and crackdown of some by NIA is making news. 

    So our neighbor as well as the separatist people in the valley who get their fodder from across the border have started being notorious. They have sensed that this government is there to abolish these articles and make J&K inclusive in India. This will shut down business of many like them. SO they are trying their level best to bring a lot of such incidences to disturb the state. 

    We can expect many more furious reactions from them for any action taken on part of this government. 


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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    First thing there is not peace in valley. Abdullah and and separatist will do what they can. Abdullah family almost reigning after freedom. So they are feeling pain of future. National confrence have not base in Jammu and Ladakh region. They won 3 seats of Kashmir valley. Vote % in valley was too much less than Jammu and Ladakh. People of these two area of J&K wants immediate removal of section 370 and 35 A 


  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    The recent uproar in Kashmir tells us the importance and the expeditious pace. On the occasion of Ramzan there were people who waved flags on which were written some pro terrorists slogans.

    Already there is Al Qaeda in the state which is not getting destroyed completely because there is restricted freedom and powers to the Indian government due to Article 370.

    This is a very challenging time for the government. Hope they take some Stern and successful steps like Vijay Mallya. Only removal of Article 370 is the solution.

    Mehbooba Mufti has always been supporting the terror activities there.


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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    It is not going to be easy implementing any of this because by now so many negatives have been written about and circulated on the media by various political leaders,seperatists,religious fanatics and the liberals that public especially those directly concerned have become wary of its effects. So the government has an uphill task. They need to be brave enough to tackle tne backlash and committed enough to go through with it to its final conclusion of  actual implementation.  Will they be able to do it is what bothers many because of the prevailing unhealthy and dangerous situation in tje valley.

    I feel that brute force will not help , rather a slow step by step process that would make tne people of Kashmir trust and believe that the outcome of the abolition of the two articles would be to their advantage may makev it easier.  The local leaders can achieve a lot through dialogue and people to people seminars where the implications are discussed.

     


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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    Definitely it would be an uphill task to abolish article 370 and 35a. And it won't happen overnight.  There would be unrest and protests for it.  Media houses will play their own role and will play with psych of people by their headlines management and tone of reporting. 

    It would not be easy to deal with separatist leaders. Any harsh step by Government might trigger them and they might use it to misguide more youths there and provoke them against the government. 

    Many terrorists have been gunned down and many have joined terrorism.  So somewhere along with tackling terrorists seriously,  government will have to take locals in their trust.  A complete crackdown is needed so that no new terrorist is born. So action has to be on two levels.. Gunning down terrorists and harsh action against terrorism and it's funding and secondly winning the trust of youths there and giving them opportunities.  

    Ladakh and Jammu are two regions which would support the abolition of these two articles.  So delimitation of the state is a good strategic move.  Government has to go with such strategies to make a ground and things favorable for them. 


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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    Article 370 should be handled very carefully. I think it is like long term project. One should see the long term benefits and problems to take any action there.

    Situation has worsened during the current BJP rule like never before. Though Modi and other people are saying some aggressive action should be and will be taken, it should be with tact and diplomacy.

    The issue has risen in the recent times only due to the situation there right now.

    Though the issue was muted for years and was in the background now that it has become serious it has surfaced again.

    It will take a long time. However if the article is scrapped in the current tenure it will be a historical achievement of the government.


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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    Ever since the debate for uniform.civil code began , a certain section of our society that pretends it is a  cut above tne rest simply because they had the opportunity to receive good education and mix with the upper crust , began a systematic attack against the idea of one nation one rule. It is ironic that a nation created on democratic values should be so polarised and communal . The very idea of a democratic and secular nation is equality without any bias towards different comunities. 

    So, why should there be different rules and laws for different communities? The minorities naturally would oppose the notion because they have the option to choose either...personally,  I feel that a nation benefits under a uniform civil code which would treat  all communities equally . 


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  • Re: The Contest is Over- Rewards Credited

    by » 2 years ago


    Uniform Civil code is a step in the right direction for our Country. It makes the civic laws more formal and universal across states which is a very good sign of a progressing country.

    The only thing is that people should become more aware of the benefits of Uniform civil code across the Country.

    Ads like Jaago Grahak Jaago, Mutual funds are subject to market risks, Tobacco is injurious to health issued by respective ministries of Conumer welfare, SEBI, RBI, Ministry of Health and Welfare are for making the people understand things more transparently.

    In the same way government should make an Ad for Uniform Civil code to make it understand it practically and then people can accept it or not on the basis of their understanding.


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