Text borrowed from ShifuJi’s Mission Prahar | Scroll Down for Video
Instrument of Accession (Jammu and Kashmir) has been one of the most terrifying pages in the history, for since the day of Partition of India and Pakistan, this very crown of India remains to be a disputed piece of land hounded by villainous forces.
The facts, figures and icons of this event of history can always be looked up, read about, discussed further and further until there is no more room for talks and all that would be left is two choices-
1) Annihilate whole of the population, and not just one party for one part of population was never the cause of problem nor solution;
2) Let a piece of land be, and let others live.
Since both of the above solutions are seemingly utopian and every so called middle path seems to be alarmingly failing, Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya presents a Soldier’s and a Witness of History’s perspective in this 30 minute video as he very critically brings out the history as it is, before presenting the solution for the Kashmir feuds, for he the Master of Kallaripayattu,Chief Commando’s Mentor ,Founder of MITTI , Mission Prahar,Sass9, Mission Military Training ,Mission Bhagat Singh is never the one to spoon- feed you with solution leave alone an inkling towards the same.
It is one thing to fight against terrorism, another aspect to fight against rapists but Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bhardwaj brings out the pain and remorse a soldier has to bear when he has to fight against his very own kids of his own motherland, losing his life and putting his family’s lives at stake.
Kashmir certainly is the Crown and Paradise of India, but is the hell being created really worth the lives of almost lakhs of innocent dead humans?
Watch out as Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Sir takes us down the history lane into the roles of VP Menon, Maharaja Hari Singh, Lord Mountbatten, Brigadier Rajinder Singh, Sardar Vallabhai Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru and leaves us to the end of the tunnel, asking us to introspect a solution as he does too.
The accession to India is celebrated on Accession Day, which is held annually on October 26.