Prolonging Problems

Yes, it is about Kashmir.

India controls approximately 43% of the land area of the region and 70% of its population, Pakistan controls approximately 37% of the land, while China controls the remaining 20%. As far as I know, a major part belongs to India.
Clause 7 of the Instrument of Accession signed by Maharaja Hari Singh declared that the State could not be compelled to accept any future Constitution of India. The State was within its rights to draft its own Constitution and to decide for itself what additional powers to extend to the Central Government. Article 370 was designed to protect those rights.
Article 370 was incorporated into the Indian Constitution, which stipulated that the other articles of the Constitution that gave powers to the Central Government would be applied to Jammu and Kashmir only with the concurrence of the State’s constituent assembly. This was a “temporary provision” in that its applicability was intended to last till the formulation and adoption of the State’s constitution. However, the State’s constituent assembly dissolved itself on 25 January 1957 without recommending either abrogation or amendment of Article 370. Thus the Article has become a permanent feature of the Indian constitution, as confirmed by various rulings of the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, the latest of which was in April 2018. (Found it on Wikipedia.)

Let us talk about the present.
Whenever J&K needs help, they turn over to the Indian Government. Need security, BSF it is. Rescue missions in the state, Indian Armed Forces.
On the other hand, attackers often enter India via J&K. They are even sheltered by the locals (not all locals). The pelting of stones in the Kashmir Valley is not just widespread but increasingly becoming an organized activity with professional pelters apparently up for hire to lead the way and then leave innocent young agitators to face pellets and bullets when the security forces are compelled to respond to bring a situation under control.
J&K is serving as an Ingress point for terrorism in our country.

Why isn’t any Government solving this issue?
Or is it just another Election propaganda?
Why the soldiers from all over the country are deployed in J&K for the protection of those who won’t even socially accept that they are Indians?
India is one of those rare countries which loses so many of its soldiers without a war, & that too in J&K. Also, it is wrong to blame every local, but due to some, we are usual to the terrorism news. There are students from J&K across the country & they were attacked after Pulwama incident. This is also wrong. We have to draw a line somewhere, or the assaults will never end.
Why isn’t the Government solving the issue once & for all?
If any specific part of J&K is rightfully ours then what is the problem?
Just take it in. Now is the time to do something about it. Be stringent.
It might be necessary in the past to implement article 370 in J&K, why can’t the Government lift it now. As compared to the past we have more alternatives. We have the best frontal cortexes as compared to the other countries.
OR let us drop the state, be it an independent territory. Let ‘others’ have it. I am not saying that we should back out, we are just prioritizing. It is an act of preventive measure.
Jest of the article is ‘DO SOMETHING’.

Are we the only one who is respected worldwide along with the highest percentage of politicians as criminals & vice-versa?
When I was a kid I thought only criminals can compete in elections in India.

I am all ears if you think I have written something wrong.

For me, the real Leader will be the one who can at least permanently solve the puzzle of CASTE, KISSAN, KASHMIR & COMMUNITY. I agree that there are many problems to attend, but if he/she can do this, then he/she can surely put an end to corruption.
I am going to cast my vote on 6th May 2019, & I will be picking a personality over a party.
Na main ‘chowkidaar’ hoon, na ‘chamcha’, aur na hi ‘bhakt’, main hoon GABBAR…………..

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