Human Rights Violation in Kashmir? By Whom?

Pakistan has been crying hoarse from rooftops that India is committing human rights violation in Kashmir. From this seemingly principled plank, this country (Pakistan) is seeking to justify its open support (with men, material and money) to terrorists – indigenous and Pakistanis but mostly Pakistanis – operating in Jammu and Kashmir state of India labelling them as freedom fighters.

Not only Pakistan is using this plank against India, even the pro-Pakistani separatist overground militant political leaders operating in the state of Jammu and Kashmir too are justifying their so-called freedom struggle. These people do not look to themselves, what they are doing – and what they have done – to the minority communities living in Kashmir.

While accusing India of violating human rights of its citizens in this Indian state, Pakistan does not look to what it has done to its minorities living in Pakistan. In fact, this country conveniently glosses over any such uncomfortable questions to delude the international community.

It is well-known tactics of assaulting others and playing of themselves as victims. How to expose this false propaganda?

One technique to expose the falsity of such propaganda was devised by Israel and successfully used in the United Nations against the Arab accusation of its human rights violation of its minorities. Watch how Israel is responding to the anti-Israel Muslim countries’ false accusation by posing a counter question in the United Nations in the following video.

Isreal by its response based on facts forced the Arab accusers to keep their mouth shut.

Watch this video first. And, then, we have some questions for those who accuse India of violating human rights in Kashmir; and the question for Pakistan – the self-appointed champion of human rights in Kashmir – to answer.

A few score of decades back, in Kashmir Pandits were in majority of population. Now, our question to separatists – who accuse India of violating human rights in Kashmir: “Where are your Pandits?”

In 1947, when Pakistan was created, there were 23% Hindus in Pakistan. Now, 2% of them are left. The question to Pakistan: “Where are your Hindus?”

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