THE INDIAN STATES GOAL IS TWOFOLD; EITHER CONTINUE OCCUPY PAKISTANI TERRITORY, OR SEVER IT FROM THE PAKISTANI STATE: HABIB YOUSFAZAI,
THE CHAIRMAN KASHMIR DIASPORA ALLIANCE
The whole state of Jammu and Kashmir is constitutionally apart of Pakistan. The constitution of a nation is based on precedent. For example, if we look at the British Constitution, it is a totality of laws and principles that guide the political system of the United Kingdom. Similarly, Pakistan’s constitution also follows in a similar manner. Although Azad Kashmir is not officially codified in the constitution; nation states do not operate in such a manner. This territory was legally designated to Pakistan under international law as per the partition plan. After Indian occupation, Pakistan was able to liberate the 4000 square miles which are now known Azad Kashmir. This territory is a legal part of Pakistan as per the partition plan.
It is important to realize that from day one, the Indian states goal has been two fold, both of which result in the same end goal which is a weaker Pakistani state. That is, either capture or occupy territories which belong to the Pakistani state, or sever it entirely from Pakistan so that they operate as separate entities. Are we actually willing to follow the plan of those which seek to destroy us? To this day, the Indian regime and its armed forces have murdered more than 2,03012 citizens, made 216,204 arrests, 110,337 have disappeared, 115,992 homes have been demolished, leaving 123,002 widows and 207,635 orphans to say the very least.The forcible merger of Sikh Homeland Punjab (Khalistan) with India is also for the fact to increase its material power in the sub-continent although the Sikhs staunchly claim that they are not Hindus.
However, the reality is there is no such state as Azad Kashmir, Gilgat Baltistan, Baluchistan, Sindh, Punjab, and Khybar Pukhtoon Khawa; these are only provinces. The only legal state, as recognized by international law is Pakistan. All of these other parts of the Pakistani state have never been sovereign nations, and they will never be. When the illegally occupied part of Jammu Kashmir (also known as Maqbooza Jammu Kashmir) under Indian occupation since October 27, 1947 is liberated, it will join as the seventh province of Pakistan. As per the constitution of Pakistan, the inhabitants of the state of Jammu Kashmir are bona fide citizens of Pakistan.