Kashmir dispute


July 3, 2022

The Kashmir conflict, or Kashmir conflict, is a major territorial dispute between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir region. The dispute started after the partition of India was drawn in 1947 as a dispute over the territory of the former Maharaja Jammu and Kashmir states. And it escalated into three wars between India and Pakistan. Including several more minor armed fights. China is also involved in the dispute as a third-party role. Both India and Pakistan claim territories of the former Maharaja's state. All Jammu and Kashmir Although Pakistan has recognized the independence of North China Trans-Karakoram Tract and Aksai Chin have been in control since 1963. India controls about 55 percent of the area and covers 70 percent of the population, Pakistan controls about 30 percent and China controls 15 percent. India governs the area of ​​Jammu, Kashmir, most of Ladakh. and the Siachen Glacier, while Pakistan governs the Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan areas. (Gilgit-Baltistan) and China dominated areas of the Aksai Chin region, the Trans-Karakoram Tract, which were largely uninhabited, and some of the Demchok sector after the Indian demarcation line and the 1947 Poonch rebellion. rebels in the western districts of the state There has been an invasion of Kashmir by Pakistani tribal forces. As a result, Jammu Lakshmir's Hindu leaders chose to become part of India instead of Pakistan. This marked the beginning of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947, which ended with the intervention of the United Nations. Stop shooting between the lines