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Changing Relations between India and Pakistan

Changing Relations between India and Pakistan

In the recent UN security council debate on women, power and security India slammed hard on Pakistan’s foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Ambassador  Ruchira Kamboj, India’s permanent representative to the UN stated Zardari’s comment as baseless and politically motivated. This was done after Zardari referred to Jammu and Kashmir in his remarks to the council debate.

In August 1947 India and Pakistan became independent. Under the scheme of the Indian Independence Act of 1947, Kashmir was free to join any of the countries. But later that year, it became a matter of dispute and a fight broke out between both countries. On January 1948, United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) was established to investigate and mediate the issue.

Then in 1949 India and Pakistan signed the Karachi agreement under the command of a military adviser to make a ceasefire line. In 1966 both countries agreed on the disengagement and withdrawal of their troops and to maintain the ceasefire line

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Now, this fight of land has landed other disputes in the arena. Sports, tourism, entertainment and many other industries are facing disputes. Cricket match between both countries is treated as a war game. Now it has even raised to dispute of water. The Indus water treaty is the main tip of the iceberg. Many recognised people in both countries are demanding peace and the friendful nature of India and Pakistan.

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