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dis­pute as noth­ing came out from the pre­vi­ous wars. Killing Kash­miri youth for their de­mand of right of self- de­ter­mi­na­tion, free­dom from In­dian oc­cu­pa­tion and above all for their love with Pak­istan is not the so­lu­tion. The more In­dia kills Kash­miris, the more they love Pak­istan. As a way for­ward, In­dia must stop hu­man rights vi­o­la­tion in IOK and ne­go­ti­ate with Pak­istan a vi­able so­lu­tion of this long- stand­ing dis­pute in line with UN res­o­lu­tions. None­the­less, as a CBM, In­dia must stop the geno­cide of Kash­miri youth; be­ing prac­ticed as a strat­egy of Gen­eral Bi­pan Rawat, the In­dian Army Chief. — The writer, Pro­fes­sor of Pol­i­tics and In­ter­na­tional Re­la­tions, is based in Islamabad.

Kash­mir holds the key for peace be­tween Pak­istan and In­dia and peace be­tween these two neigh­bours would guar­an­tee peace and sta­bil­ity of South Asia, which fur­ther guar­an­tee the in­ter­na­tional peace, ow­ing to nu­clear di­men­sion of the dis­pute.

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