Sociology and Criminology-Open Access

Sociology and Criminology-Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2375-4435

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Tahir-ul Gani Mir

Research Scholar, Department of Forensic Science, Lovely Professional University, India

  • Research Article   
    From Scholars to Teenagers-What Makes Kashmiri Youth to Join Militancy?
    Author(s): Tahir-ul Gani Mir*

    Since the partition in 1947, the Jammu and Kashmir remained disputed between India and Pakistan. The Indian administered Kashmir always suffered violence, protests, curfew, killings etc. However in Pakistan occupied Kashmir there has been never such acts. Various anti-Indian militant organizations came into being since Kashmir was divided between the two countries.  Both countries wanted to take over their rule all over Jammu and Kashmir. For this purpose, the two countries have fought two wars since partition which ended with the establishment of Line of control (LOC).  After these events, various separatist parties came into being that demanded separation of J&K from India. Various Pakistan based militant outfits came into existence that allowed Kashmiri uneducated and unemployed youth to get training and fight against India. But all this changed after 2016 when a new .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.35248/23754435.19.7.204

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