Traitor  runs away with rifles and ammo

J&K Police Constable who decamped with rifles

J&K Police Constable who decamped with rifles

J&K Police Constable who decamped with rifles

J&K Police Constable who decamped with rifles

J&K Police Constable who decamped with rifles


Constable Syed Naveed Mushtaq 

S/O Mushtaq Ahmad 

R/O Nazninpora Shopian appointee of 2012 presently deployed in FCI guard at village Chandpora Budgam.

Fled away with 04 SLR rifles along with ammunition which include his own weapon and rifles of other police personnel. The traitor has reportedly joined Hizbul Mujahideen who is looting banks to fund it's activity and #stonepelters . Naveed has shown cowardice and treachery which is forbidden in Islam and against Holy Quran



Our Kashmir policy has brought disaster: Pakistani academic

Blaming Pakistan Army indirectly, a well-known Pakistani academic Hoodbhoy says the “excesses committed by Pakistan-based mujahideen in Jammu and Kashmir “eclipsed those of Indian security forces” and added “Pakistan's Kashmir policy has brought nothing but misery all around - Using proxies has proven disastrous".

“Pakistan’s ‘bleed India with a thousand cuts’ policy is in a shambles today and Non State Jihad is an ugly word in the world’s political lexicon.”

“Such groups are a menace to Pakistan’s society and armed forces”are the views of prominent academician, Hoodbhoy, who teaches mathematics and physics in Lahore and Islamabad.

Directly blaming Zakir Musa he says-

“The massacres of Kashmiri Pandits, targeting of civilians accused of collaborating with India, destruction of cinema houses and liquor shops, forcing women into the veil and revival of Shia-Sunni disputes, severely undermined the legitimacy of the Kashmiri freedom movement”.

Incidentally Zakir Musa has recently declared ISIS-AI-SATION of Kashmir’s freedom struggle.

The above views of Pakistani intellectual proves the futility of idea of independent Kashmir and also explains the latest events taking place in Kashmir and Pakistan.


The death of Burhan Wani has been a watershed in the history of armed struggle of Kashmir: not for the reason that the situation in Kashmir started boiling after it, but it gave an opportunity to Zakir Musa to take over the reins of the freedom struggle. Now as the struggle moves on, it appears that Zakir Musa is on way to a totally different path. On May 13, Musa announced that he would not be associated with the Hizb anymore. So the basic question is what could be the impact of his decision on the situation in restive Kashmir?
Before we analyse this mutation, a cursory look on the events in the past.
Post Burhan’s death, the valley erupted and with each passing day the Azadi appeared closer. Stone pelting was effectively used to thwart operations of security forces and militants who earlier felt safe in their sanctuaries in higher mountains till now, realised they are more safe in the villages. Their presence in the towns and villages gave the population a sense of victory and they did every thing to protect them. Stone pelting also turned more alarming, as the school children and specially the girls also joined the stone throwing. To the outside world the situation in valley appeared very desperate.
So the moot question - "with everything going in the manner the militants and their masters wanted, what made Zakir Musa rebel against one of the largest militant outfits(Hizb) active in Kashmir"?
What made him change his heart, forgetting the past sacrifices of all his predecessors and common kashmiri people?
Why did he change the narrative from Azadi to “Shariat Ya Shahadat”?
What made him warn Hurriyat of consequences of treating Jihad as political movement and not Islamic movement.
With Line of Control being almost impregnable now, is the new call in the name of religion only option left to sustain the Azadi movement?
Is he disillusioned with Hizb and not comfortable with remote control any more?
Is it a direct snub to Pakistan for not doing enough for Kashmir cause except lip service?
Is it lack of support to Azadi outside the valley, with only few hundred square kilometres under the influence of militancy?
Does he want to draw support from ISIS or Al Quaida?
Finally after making all the organisations irrelevant, does he plan to emerge as a single most potent leader to negotiate with New Delhi as and when negotiations are held?

Kashmir vs Gilgit-Baltistan


Gilgit-Baltistan, a part of the erstwhile princely state of Jammu and Kashmir is under Pakistan’s control since 1947. Historically, Pakistan has always treated the region as part of the disputed area of J&K, though, it illegally ceded the Shaksgam Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan to China in 1963 border agreement.


The area is significant to both Pakistan and China as Gilgit-Baltistan is the entry-point to the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Beijing sees the region’s disputed status as direct threat to its economic interests and has therefore pushed Islamabad to make the move to provide legal cover to the CPEC. Pressurise by China, Islamabad has been forced to declare Gilgit- Baltistan one of its province, in order to weaken Delhi’s objections to its claims over the disputed state.


The Dangerous Proposal

A committee, headed by Pakistan’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, had proposed giving the status of a province to Gilgit-Baltistan.

The committee suggested that a constitutional amendment be made to change the status of the region, through which the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) passes.


Effect on Stake Holders


Hurriyat  cautioned Islamabad in a joint statement on March 17 “Any proposal to declare Gilgit-Baltistan as the fifth province of Pakistan is unacceptable as it tantamount to changing the disputed nature of Kashmir. Unless and until the people of Jammu and Kashmir are provided an opportunity to decide the future course of the state through referendum, no division, alteration and changes are acceptable”.

The statement also warned Islamabad to desist from embarking on any “adventure” that could impact Kashmir’s “disputed status”.

Pakistan’s Historical Stand

In 2014, a similar proposal by the country’s federal ministry of Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan affairs was criticised by residents of divided Kashmir across the Line of Control. On that occasion Pakistan assembly had also passed a resolution opposing the granting of provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan. “Making Gilgit-Baltistan a fifth province will weaken Pakistan’s national stand on Jammu and Kashmir at the international level,” said the resolution. It added, “Whenever a plebiscite is conducted the people of G-B will also have the right to decide their future with the people of other parts of the State of Jammu and Kashmir”.

United Jihad Council chief and Hizbul Mujahideen supremo Syed Salahuddin also warned Islamabad. “Pakistan should stop the process of making Gilgit-Baltistan its fifth province. Such an act will have serious ramifications on the Kashmir issue as well as Kashmir-centric UN resolutions,” says a strongly worded statement.

Question mark on Kashmir struggle ??

In one stroke, this move completely exposes Islamabad's support to Kashmir struggle. Pakistan never cared about the "aspirations of Kashmiris" and eyed the territorial gains to score a point over India. It changes the entire complexion of Kashmir Struggle. The impact of the move is such that Syed Salahuddin, was forced to request Pakistan not to declare Gilgit-Baltistan as its province because it exposes the truth of Kashmiri "freedom movement".

China clearly dictates the foreign policy of Pakistan. It will not accept any impediment to its belt and road initiative.

It will also be a violation of the agreement between the two countries to address all issues bilaterally through peaceful means, which was enshrined in the Shimla Agreement of 1972 and reiterated through the Lahore Declaration in 1999

Pakistan Government has not given any statement but it is clear now that economic interest of impoverished Pakistan will surely weigh over its historical stand by trashing Kashmiri "freedom movement" to the dustbins of history. Two, it is trying to align and subsume the "freedom movement" into a larger Islamic Caliphate project of which Pakistan itself is a part.