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AFGHANISTAN ASKING FOR ROAD LINK WITH CHINA THROUGH TAGHDUMBASH PAMIR

Posted by Kashmir Portal on June 16, 2009

AFGHANISTAN ASKING FOR ROAD LINK WITH CHINA THROUGH TAGHDUMBASH PAMIR (WAKHAN CORRIDOR TIP) AND GUARDING INTERESTS OF THE HUMAN BEINGS OF THE BOLOR AND KASHMIR COUNTRIES

1. Afghan foreign minister Rangin Dafdar Spanta, during his four day visit to China has requested Chinese for opening of a vehicular route through the NE tip of strategic Wakhan corridor; which is beyond doubt part and parcel of the former State of BJK (Kashmir). According to the Afghan foreign minister, the Chinese have consented to his request. Taghdumbash portion of Pamir was carved out from Hunza and Yasin territories of Gilgit and connected with Afghanistan to ward off an imminent clash between British Indian and Russian expanding empires in the unmapped country of the great game. APNA, GBDA, Kashmiri & Bolor diaspora, political activists and other politicians, intellectuals and activists are requested to display foresight and vision to guard our future generation’s interests.

2. It is very sad to realise that we are still unaware of the correct circumstances under which our strategic AKSAI CHIN portion of Laddakh of the former disputed state across Karakoram pass and close to Yarkand went away from us. We should collectively act in time. It is heard that the international relation department of a famous American university has formed a panel to carry out a research, so as to find out the circumstances and reasons for loss of Aksai Chin by the former State of Kashmir. We may not have an objection to the arrangement between then Chinese and Afghans over a route through our Pamir portion. But due consideration and share should be given to the people of Bolor and Kashmir for their vital, historical and commercial interests in the Central Asian States and beyond from it to Afghanistan, Iran, Russia and Europe.

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