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Kashmir Conflict

PACE. Murphy MS Social Studies. Conflict And Cooperation.

Raaid Rizwan

on 17 March 2015

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Transcript of Kashmir Conflict

Reasons For The Conflict (Pakistani Bias)
-Pakistan wanted to merge with Kashmir but India forcefully and successfully merged with Kashmir.
- Pakistan, mad, decided to help control part of Kashmir by attacking India's Kashmir
-They got lots of land by their attacks

- They still wanted revenge on India for taking Pakistan's rightful part of Kashmir
Why The Opposition Is Wrong
-India signed a controversial document and illegally got Kashmir and broke the split dictated by British Governor-General of British India Lord Mountbatten.

-Pakistan was trying to abide by the treaty, so Pakistan attacked to reclaim their rightful territory.
Proposed Solution
Reasons For The Conflict (Indian Bias)
Why The Opposition Is Wrong
- Pakistan does not have any rights to the Kashmir due to the treaty we made with the independent kingdom of Kashmir.

- Pakistan illegally infiltrated into Indian-controlled Kashmir, causing us to attack them regarding our treaty.
Proposed Solution
Pakistani Side
Indian Side

The Kashmir Conflict
Delegates: Raaid R. Anish D. Arvind G. Umangi S. Nikhil G. Josiah V. Megan C. Rom O.

- India said that the independent Kashmir Kingdom could join India and receive military protection, unfortunately Kashmir wished to stay independent. When Kashmir was asked by Pakistan, they decided to join India.

-Then in 1947 Pakistan savagely attacked Kashmir to gain the territory. Fortunately the promised Indian protection kicked in, heroically saved Kashmir, and humiliated Pakistan's military!
When, Where, and Why Did The Conflict Start?
Major Events
1947-48; The first Kashmir-related Indian-Pakistani War
1965; Second Kashmir-related Indian-Pakistani War
1999; A brief conflict between Indian troops stationed at Kashmir and Pakistani troops who had infiltrated into the province. This almost escalated into nuclear warfare
2003; Cease-fire between the borders of Pakistani and Indian controlled Kashmir
2006; Pakistan stops funding of militant groups (other than the Pakistani Army) located in Kashmir
2010; India announced an amnesty for all fighters located in Indian-controlled Kashmir
1947-48; 1965; 1999(Major Wars)
Debates and discussions are going on today
Suggested Peace Proposals
There has been over 40 proposals for a solution, but neither side has agreed on any yet. Some examples include:
-international border
-let Kashmir choose
-religious segregation
The Affected Elements of Conflict
The effected elements of conflict are listed below:
-political geography
-cultural interactions

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Major territorial dispute, which lead back to the time of gaining independence.
Solution: Pakistan must take full control because India illegally took Kashmir.
We as a group, have come up with three solutions based on our research and discussion.
Solution #1:
Keep the territorial borderlines as today, but each country would have their own areas where they would have rule.
Solution #2:
Have both governments rule with their own political and religious beliefs, and the citizens people of Kashmir would choose their own government and lifestyle.
Kashmir becomes an independent state and gets a UN peacekeeping force as temporary protection until it can build up it's own army or military.
We propose an equally divided Kashmir in which both us and Pakistan have rights to make any fair laws we want

Also if the inhabitants of Kashmir agree, they can create their own independent nation.
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