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Hello Washington : The Latest Kashmir Crisis & the Possible Impact of Musharraf’s Resignation On Regional Politics


Kashmir has been a hot issue between India and Pakistan since the partition of India and the emergence of two independent nations -- India and Pakistan in 1947.By a war Kashmir was partitioned between India and Pakistan. Kashmir is the only Muslim majority state in India and it has a democratically elected government.

A section of Muslim Kashmiris had been trying to secede from India for joining with Pakistan or forming a separate nation. India has been saying for long and now the world agreed that Pakistani instigation is behind the so-called freedom movement of the Kashmiris. The strained India-Pakistani relation regarding the Kashmir issue is not only a problem for peace and stability in South Asia but for the whole world. Kashmir disturbance was restricted only in the Muslim majority part of Kashmir valley for last 60 years. But recently on the question of granting land to Amarnath temple, an old and famous Hindu shrine, disturbances spread to Jammu, the Hindu majority part of the state along with Muslim majority Kashmir valley which has turned the complexity of the Kashmir problem to a new level.

The resignation of Parvez Musharraf from the post of the President of Pakistan, created new vacuum in Pakistan's power structure and cast cloud of uncertainty in the regional politics.

Our guests were Professor Muhammad Shahiduzzaman , Professor of International Relations from Dhaka University , Professor Jayanta Ray,Retired Centenary Professor of International Relations and Former Director, South and South East Asian Studies, Calcutta University and Prof. Pulak Narayan Dhar Retd. Professor of Political Science and a renowned political analyst and a newspaper columnist.

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