There is no legislature in Kashmir but only the District Development Councils which do not represent the voice of the Kashmiri people.-Simranjit Singh Mānn.
Indian Express Dated 19 November 2020.
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that it is ironic that THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State) claims it is a democratic state. But in Kashmir on 5th August 2019 it abrogated the constitutional autonomy of Kashmir by cancelling Articles 370 and 35 -A, besides the Hindu state in Delhi took over the direct Governance
Since then Kashmir does not have a popularly elected legislature. Only the District Development Councils have been made which do not represent the voice of the Kashmiri peoples.
The Union Hindu Government in Delhi has also taken away the status of a state of the Union of Kashmir and converted it into an Union Territory ruled directly by the BJP- RSS Union Government in Delhi .
On the other hand, Islamic Pakistan in its part of Kashmir that is Baltistan and Gilgit has introduced a legislature and given this area the status of a province.
We say this because as Sikhs it is important to state that the Lahore Darbar (Sikh Empire 1799-1849)
in 1819 annexed Kashmir as prior to this Kashmir was a province of Afghanistan. The Sikhs have a National interest in the whole of Kashmir.
Simranjit Singh Mānn,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),
facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann