A senior Indian representative has set off a debate by requiring the appropriation of an “Israeli model” in Indian-managed Kashmir, which is reeling under a devastating military lockdown and web power outage for about four months now.
60 minutes in length video including Sandeep Chakravorty, India’s diplomat general in New York, has circulated around the web via web-based networking media, in which he is tending to a gathering of Kashmiri Hindus – known as Pandits – at a private occasion in the US city a week ago.
“I accept the security circumstance will improve, it will enable the exiles to return, and in your lifetime, you will have the option to return … and you will have the option to discover security, since we as of now have a model on the planet,” said Chakravorty, alluding to the mass migration of countless Kashmiri Hindus in 1989 after a furnished insubordination to the Indian principle began in the Himalayan locale.
“I don’t have the foggiest idea why we don’t tail it. It has occurred in the Middle East. In the event that the Israeli individuals can do it, we can likewise do it,” he stated, including that the present Indian initiative is “resolved” to do as such.