This is what India is doing in Kashmir to ‘integrate kashmiris’. #KashmirTorture pic.twitter.com/tdBvjyA2B5— Ibnebattuta (@ibnebattuta) February 23, 2019
In sharp contrast, here's a very sane letter written by former Indian Navy Chief Admiral Laxminarayan Ramdas to President Ram Nath Kovind, in the aftermath of the suicide attack in Pulwama.
He re-iterates the following 2 points - hitherto echoed in abundance elsewhere by others - before appealing for calm and clear thinking in pursuit of a solution.
1) The solution to the Kashmir problem is political, not military.
2) No amount of force as part of the avowedly ‘muscular’ Kashmir policy can quell the anger that Kashmiri youth are experiencing.
To capture the zeitgeist (spirit of the age) in the context of Jammu & Kashmir, the discussion below had 3 very qualified proponents. Incidentally perhaps, they are all female and this chimes with my accumulated opinion that female intellect will be far more effective in delivering a solution to this un-necessarily protracted conflict:
Ayesha Jalal in particular is almost astounding in her analysis.