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    Crippling strike in Indian Occupied Kashmir on September 11

    In Indian occupied Kashmir, crippling strike will be observed on September 11 and 18 in protest against second and third phase of the polls ploy.

    Call for the strike has been given by daily chores will remain suspended and transport will be off the road.

    Polls are scheduled to held in Jammu, Poonch, Rajauri, Udhampure and Doda on September 11 and in Baramula and Kupwara districts on September 18.(Nation).

    #2
    Ehsan

    Atleast in india you have the right to go on strike and talk bull****, but in Pakistan if any one talks against the government or think of dismembering any state from Pakistan the leader will be killed.

    We in India are free to talk of anything unlike Pakistan, if any leader talks of dismembering we do not kill them, if the leaders from Kahsmir like lone, Gilani, Omer, Shah etc were to be in Pakistan and raise their voice for self rule by now they would have been disappeared from the earth, look for eg. Amanullah Khan the POK leader who just said that Kashmir should be Independent, he has disappeared, god knows where he is, whether is living or dead and Mr. Najam Sethi who just raised his voice against the evil and now he is debarred from
    taking part in any elections etc.

    The good people of Kashmir will vote and show you their ass which they have done in the past.

    In India the people of Jammu & Kashmir are given their right to vote but in the people have no right to vote.

    You need a lot of knowledge about your country first then come and sink your
    in some others affairs.

    [This message has been edited by sajjadm (edited September 11, 1999).]

    [This message has been edited by sabah (edited September 13, 1999).]

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      #3
      Before writng all you have you should have remembered what your h****** did at the Sikh golden temple. Some freedom. What are these rapists and killers from the army doing in Kashmir.

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        #4
        ehsan

        The action taken at the Golden Temple was with the consent of the Sikh priest and also to flush out the hardcore terriorist we had to take stern action, they were not the leaders but people of little faith and brainwashed by the pakistani agents we had to teach them a lesson and we did so very tactfully.

        What did your government do to Murtazo Butto, he was killed by the gunchakkar Police of Pakistan, and also so many MQM leaders are taken from their houses and killed instantly, and even if Benazir Bhutto comes to Pakistan she will also meet the same fate, because in pakistan you do not have a system, your system is dead.

        Truth is bitter ehsan what I mentioned in my previous mail every word is true of Pakistan.

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          #5
          40% voting is recorded today in J& K.

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            #6
            Quote independent sources not the biased Indian media please.

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              #7
              These are preliminary figures of EC. This is also reported on bbc website though numbers will come later. Final figures should be similar. When voting was 15% voting in srinagar in first round which was much trumpetted by you (forgetting voting was 70% in ladakh).

              [This message has been edited by ZZ (edited September 11, 1999).]

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                #8
                Shows the clear divide between the hindu and muslim areas. It still does not change the fact that THE OVER WHELMING MAJORITY still rejects Indian rule. If you doubt it ask your democracy loving government to hold a refrendum. After all one of the basic tennants of democracy is the opinion of the majority which the occupiers of Kashmir have forgotton.

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                  #9
                  Out of 4 constituencies polled till now, only srinagar had 15% voting which is relatively low. This is despite blowing up of polling booths, killing of candidate in anantnag and planting landmines on roads.

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                    #10
                    I thought you stated previously there was nothing wrong with a 15% turnout. Isn't it amazing that the people of the valley are voting so over whelmingly in the elections and yet pooling booths are bieng blown up, candidates being killed and landmines being planted on roads. Is this normal in Indian elections or is there a message here from the oppressed people of Kashmir

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                      #11
                      It needs only a few people to blow up polling booths and kill the candidates. Despite threat of being killed, people are contesting and voting. As I said, even in no violence situation voting can be as low as 26% as was in general election in Pakistan last time. Given that and given that this is second election in 2 years, it is rather interesting that only one constituency out of four, has polled less than 40%.

                      [This message has been edited by ZZ (edited September 11, 1999).]

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                        #12
                        Is it free voting or are people being intimidated by the security forces to vote? My previous argument regarding a refrendum still stands. Why doesn't India prove it once and for all to the world that the people of Kashmir love India

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                          #13
                          i gave these voting figures simply because u had predicted a 'crippling' strike on 11th.

                          We have seen crippling strikes at times. When assam agitation against illegal bangladeshi infiltrators was at the peak, aasu had given boycott call. In some contituencies only a thousand or so votes were cast. hiteshwar saikia became chief minister after that. why hurriet could not succeed?

                          why don't u have a referendum in sindh? i am not sure sindhis will opt for staying with pak.

                          [This message has been edited by ZZ (edited September 11, 1999).]

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                            #14
                            ehsan

                            For your kind information we do not have a biased media, Pakistan media is biased if you look at the news in any of the pakistani news paper the media is always praising the government also during the Kargil crisis your media gave you wrong information that kargil was won by the militants which was not in any case, your media refused to tell the truth till the end that kargil was won by India with a heavy loss on the militants the number of casualty/death given by your media on the Indian side was actually the militants and the Pakistan army personnel who were killed by the brave Indian army.
                            Where as the India media was blaming the government for trusting Pakistan. Your media if talks against the government, the next day the press is closed and the poor editor is faced with misadventure by the police. IN INDIA THE MEDIA IS FREE TO WRITE WHAT IT WANTS TO OR SAY BUT IN PAKSITAN THE MEDIA HAS NO FREEDOM IT IS IN THE HANDS OF THE KATPUTLY.



                            [This message has been edited by sabah (edited September 13, 1999).]

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                              #15
                              WOW! Wonderful! The strike is branded "crippling" even before it takes place! And that too by a Pakistani at a time when his country is reeling under strikes. Not very convincing, to say the least.
                              Simple ain't easy.

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