The reality of what Islamic governance does to a country is far different from what the proponents of the Khalifah pretend. So Pakistan wishes to cover it up, using the classic tactic of kitman.
The EU draft points out the misery of the people in Jammu and Kashmir, in particular what Pakistan calls Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). It dwells on the people’s suffering due to “extreme poverty and neglect, with enormous deficiencies in basic literacy and numeracy, access to healthcare, lack of democratic structures and major deficiencies in the rule of law and justice; and whereas the whole of Jammu and Kashmir suffers from exceptional economic decline”.
The EU report, which highlights the post-earthquake situation, says Pakistan has consistently failed to fulfil its obligations to introduce meaningful and representative democratic structures in AJK and notes in particular the continuing absence of Kashmiri representation in the Pakistan National Assembly.
“The EU was flooded with requests for amendments (one news report leaked by Majid Tramboo puts the figure of amendments at 452). A vast majority of the amendments received are from Pakistan-backed Kashmiri groups,” the source claimed. […]
“A well-known Kashmiri (who was sidelined by Majid Tramboo in the campaign for amendment in the draft report) remarked to an Indian diplomat that most of these guys, who are supposedly championing the cause of Kashmiris from the cosy confines of their homes abroad, don’t want the Kashmir issue to be resolved. Because, if that happens, the large inflow of funds from Islamabad to these Pakistan-backed Kashmiris will dry up and these people who are solely surviving on the crumbs thrown at them by Pakistan through the dreaded ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) will become paupers overnight,” the source said.