I want to analyse 2 tweets from the Valley of Kashmir to understand how close they are to conflict between India and Pakistan.
They suffer the highest casualties as that is where the conflict is toughest and most direct.
As I am committed to bringing the discussion to the table and away from boots on the ground, this is a probing research question.
They are quoted in the order that I read them:
Sure, go ahead, why not, use classical music to cover up your crimes against humanity, play your raag hate to the nearby unmarked, mass graves you dumped thousands of dead Kashmiris in https://t.co/jw2rwKfcVB— M Junaid (@mjunaidr) February 2, 2019
...Our boys are being used as canon fodder by Pakistan and its contractors in #Kashmir| If you fight for Pakistan, why doesn’t Pakistan and its contractors provide you with any sort of support and structure? We have lost a generation and what have we achieved? —NOTHING.— kashmir (@mykashmirmylife) February 2, 2019
Given both contemporary examples above, it would be difficult to imagine the solidarity of - one country with the people of the Kashmir Valley against the other - to have any kind of utility. Why don't both India and Pakistan refresh their solidarity with democracy and have faith in the people of Jammu & Kashmir to create an amicable solution for all concerned?