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  • They do own kashmir

    Pakistan does own kashmir Pakistan owns more than half of Kashmir and India controls less than Pakistan.In fact all of Kashmir should be pakistans because during partition the areas with the majority Muslims would gain independence and become Pakistan However the jammu and Kashmir leader was Hindu and sent military to jammu and Kashmir to capture it illegally.Even today kashmiris protest to become a part of Pakistan and every year Pakistan protests on black dayto express there anger on the illegal occupation of jammu and kashmir by india.

  • Pakistan owns kashmir

    Pakistan does own kashmir my grand father was from Azad Kashmir Pakistan owns a little more than half of Kashmir and India controls less than Pakistan.In fact all of Kashmir should be pakistans because during partition the areas with the majority Muslims would gain independence and become Pakistan jammu and Kashmir was apart of the Muslim majority and still is today.However the jammu and Kashmir leader was Hindu and sent military to jammu and Kashmir to capture it illegally.Even today kashmiris protest to become a part of Pakistan and every year Pakistan protests on black dayto express there anger on the illegal occupation of jammu and kashmir by india.

  • No not at all

    To get Kashmir, Pak attacked it with the help of tribal disguised as locals. King got feared and to save his land, he signed Treaty of Accession with India. Then Indian Army was sent and rebellion was suppressed. India also promised that after peace will establish in Kashmir, plebiscite will be done on the condition that Pak should leave the captured King's territory. But they refused to pull back and India refused to hold Plebiscite.
    Another angle for the story is that though people hated King, but they had a charismatic influential leader called Shiekh Abdulla. And he was in favour to go with India because of his secular mindset.
    On a more serious note I do not feel that Kashmir is owned by Pakistan. Currently this area is disputed and I think it is more likely that China would win in a war over the land. This fact keeps Pakistan from controlling it.

  • Definitely not !!

    For this you will have to go to historical consequences of the state of J&K which had Muslim majority but ruled by Hindu ruler. To get Kashmir, Pak attacked it with the help of tribal disguised as locals. King got feared and to save his land, he signed Treaty of Accession with India. Then Indian Army was sent and rebellion was suppressed. India also promised that after peace will establish in Kashmir, plebiscite will be done on the condition that Pak should leave the captured King's territory. But they refused to pull back and India refused to hold Plebiscite.
    Another angle for the story is that though people hated King, but they had a charismatic influential leader called Shiekh Abdulla. And he was in favour to go with India because of his secular mindset.
    So to conclude, nobody owns it for now, we both have just occupied it. But going through historical facts, you will feel that it belong more to India and plebiscite would have given same result. Pak took a aggressive stand from the beginning whereas India played it with upright diplomacy but was more lenient than required. It would have refused for Plebiscite and Bang!!! Whole of J&K was part of India with that Treaty of Accession.

  • No, Pakistan does not own Kashmir.

    Kashmir is obviously owned by Led Zepplin. On a more serious note I do not feel that Kashmir is owned by Pakistan. Currently this area is disputed and I think it is more likely that China would win in a war over the land. This fact keeps Pakistan from controlling it.


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truthshallprevail says2014-06-22T11:26:42.707
Dude I accept that there was a muslim majority in J&K but the Raja first signed papers of accession and then Indian Army was sent to curb the attack made by Kabayali tribals of Pak and planned by Jinnah. U must also know that India agreed for a plebesite on the condition of removal of Pak army from J&K so that local won't be influenced but Pak didn't. Otherwise J&K fate would have been decided long back and we won't be discussing this issue now.