JNU ROW: New video claims Kashmir is not part of India

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New Delhi: A new video surfaced on Wednesday in connection with JNU row showing a professor of the university saying Kashmir is not part of India. “Everyone knows that India is illegally occupying Kashmir. Everybody accepts (it),” said Professor Nivedita Menon, reported the Times of India.

“The map of India in foreign publications like Time and Newsweek show a different map of Kashmir. These copies of the magazines always create a lot of controversy and are censored and destroyed. When the whole world is talking about India’s illegal occupation of Kashmir, then we should think the pro-azaadi slogans in the valley are justified,” the professor says in the video. Menon teaches at the Centre for Comparative Politics and Political Theory at the School of International Studies in JNU. 

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