In Human Rights, India, Innocent Killings, Kashmir on 11 October, 2008 at 12:33 am
A message for the world, all Kashmiris already know this:
Two more fall prey to the bullets of India’s Army, as India’s Prime Minsiter visits the occupied state of Kashmir.
Rail Mubarak, a new greeting in Kashmir, wonder whether we will soon have a railway public holiday!
And someone, somewhere was shown his rightful place.
In Human Rights, India, Kashmir, Srinagar on 10 October, 2008 at 9:54 pm
The Prime Minister of India while speaking in Kashmir:
“We cannot change the borders, we can make them irrelevant,”
“We seek the normalization of our relations with Pakistan. A solution of all issues that cause estrangement, including Jammu and Kashmir, through dialogue and peaceful negotiations in an atmosphere free of violence.”
“There are real winds of change in the subcontinent today. Economics, technology and travel are altering older mindsets of suspicion, fear and hostility. It is undeniable that much has changed between India and Pakistan in past few years,” Dr Singh said.
“I feel sad that curfew had to be imposed on many occasions causing lot of problems to the people.”
“If any separatist group wants to meet us we are ready. I have already met them earlier. Kashmir is an integral part of India.”
“The recent incidents in the state show that there is some resentment towards the government among a section of the youth here on certain issues. It has always been our belief that even the most difficult issues can be resolved through dialogue. We started a series of round table conferences and government will welcome dialogue with all sections of people.” Rediff