ISSN(Print): 2709-6254 | ISSN(Online) : 2709-6262 | ISSN-L : 2709-6254

Title

Modi and Kashmir: Future Prospects


Authors

  1. Munazzah Bukhari
    Research Scholar , South Asian Study Centre , University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  2. Dr. Tayyaba Muzammal
    Assistant Professor , Department of Political Science and IR , GC Women University, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
  3. Dr. Muhammad Ijaz Latif
    Professor/Chairman , Department of International Relations , The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan

Abstract

The study explores that even in the 21st century Kashmir is deprive from freedom under government of of Nraendra Modi. Since 1947 there is a stark restriction on basic human freedoms and blood-letting continues in the Kashmir Valley which has undermined the peace process and prosperity of the region. Kashmir under the partition plan of Indian Independence act was free to join India or Pakistan but India is always a hurdle in the way of Kashmir’s right of self-determination. Hindutva project of Modi and his party is humiliating Muslims in Kashmir. A shameless and disrespectful boldness of Modi led BJP government and its violent attack on federalism and democracy further stir up alienation among Kashmiri people instead of fostering sense of belonging to the Indian union. Whatever political, physical and psychological mark has to be forced to endure by India and Pakistan over Kashmir due to stubborn attitude and authoritarian rule of Indian government, it is Kashmir that on every occasion suffered more. The study is based on qualitative methods and examines the impacts of Modi Nationalism in Kashmir that how it is making the future of south Asian region darker.

Keywords

Authoritarian Rule, BJP Government, Future Prospects, Kashmir an Fascism, Modi and Kashmir

Article

Article # 7
Volume # 2
Issue # 2

DOI info

DOI Number: 10.47205/jdss.2021(2-II)07
DOI Link: http://doi.org/10.47205/jdss.2021(2-II)07

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