Posters in Indian Occupied Kashmir Warn Against Selling Land to Safeguard Future Generations

Posters in Indian Occupied Kashmir Warn Against Selling Land to Safeguard Future Generations

April 1, 2024 Off By Sharp Media

Recent posters have surfaced in Srinagar and Baramulla areas of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, calling upon residents to refrain from selling their properties, including land, to non-Kashmiris. These posters serve as a form of protest against what is perceived as India’s brutal and anti-Kashmir policies, particularly those propagated by the Hindutva regime led by RSS/BJP.

According to reports, the posters aim to counteract India’s efforts to mislead the international community about the true situation in the territory. They stress the importance of safeguarding ancestral property and warn against the potential consequences of selling land to non-Kashmiris, even in the face of lucrative offers.

Drawing parallels with the plight of Palestinians, the posters caution against the adoption of Israeli-like policies in Jammu and Kashmir by the RSS/BJP. These policies include attempts to alter the demographic composition of the region through the issuance of domicile certificates to non-Kashmiris, facilitated by Indian armed forces and police.

Specifically, the posters highlight the appropriation of Dogra lands in the Jammu region by the RSS/BJP, where non-Jammu Kashmiri individuals are being resettled and provided with employment opportunities and contracts. This process is seen as a deliberate attempt to marginalize Kashmiris in their own land.

Moreover, the posters raise concerns about the RSS/BJP’s alleged plans to transfer Kashmiri land to the Indian state of Maharashtra, further exacerbating the displacement of Kashmiris and undermining their rights.

In response to these threats, Kashmiris are urged to unite and demand their right to self-determination as mandated by UN resolutions. The posters emphasize the need for collective action to protect the future of generations in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

These posters reflect the deep-seated fears and frustrations of Kashmiris in the face of ongoing attempts to alter the demographic and political landscape of their homeland. They serve as a reminder of the ongoing struggle for self-determination and the importance of resistance against oppressive policies imposed by external forces.