Ex-Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Tweets in Support Of Ankit Love's War on Air Pollution

JAMMU AND KASHMIR - Ankit Love, was the youngest man in British history to be nominated three times for parliament. After the national telecast of the Richmond Park by-election, ex-chief minister Omar Abdullah retweeted British historian Patrick French's quote that the "Maharaja of Jammu & Kashmir (Love) stood as a candidate! Strange times indeed."

Omar Abdullah singed off his tweet with a smily, in regards to Ankit Love contest in the elections. Two days later Omar's father, Farooq Abdullah also an ex-chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, gave an interview to Outlook magazine, stating that the sovereign Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, without doubt wished to remain independent, and had not acceded sovereignty to any third party.

Farooq Abdullah's statement, on the maintenance of sovereignty of the Maharaja, had coincided with what would have been the 111th birthday of his, late father Sheikh Abdullah, the first muslim prime minister of the sovereign state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Omar Abdullah with his armed guards in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.

Omar Abdullah with his armed guards in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.

In 1951, PM Sheikh Mohamed Abdullah in a messy and blotched effort, had failed in his attempt to abolish the sovereign hindu monarchy of Jammu and Kashmir. However, he had undemocratically appointed 60 out of 75 members of the J&K Legislative Assembly, to pass an abolition act under socialist India's martial occupation. When Sheikh Abdullah, later espoused aspirations of independence, he was himself imprisoned in 1953, by prince Karan. Sheikh Abdullah, then spent 11 years in prison, at one stage facing the potential of death penalty for his political beliefs on sovereignty, before being pardoned by Nehru, the hindu brahmin ruler of India, and Abdullah's distant Kashmiri pandit kinsman, as the Sheikh's ancestor Ragho Ram Kaul had converted to Islam in 1722 A.D.

Previously however, prince Karan had conspired with the Sheikh, in their failed attempt to abolish the monarchy of his father Maharaja Hari Singh. Prince Karan too then abdicated, after forcing his father into exile, and assumed position, as of the head of state, and President of Jammu and Kashmir, under his dictatorship, aged of 21. He was loyal to India, and it's first dictator Nehru's colonialist encroaches on the sovereign state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ex-President Karan Singh, later revealed in an interview with Outlook magazine, of his allegiance, stating, "I followed Pandit Nehru and not my father. I followed him at the risk of angering my father, rightly or wrongly. I think rightly. I integrated myself into the [Indian] national consensus."

Hari Singh, HH The Maharajah of Jammu and Kashmir, and member of Churchill's British War Cabinet, inspects civil defence workers in Bermondsey, London during World War II. 1944.

Hari Singh, HH The Maharajah of Jammu and Kashmir, and member of Churchill's British War Cabinet, inspects civil defence workers in Bermondsey, London during World War II. 1944.

Yet, the signing of the partial Instrument of Accession in October, 26 or 27th, 1947 clearly established, that the ultimate legal sovereign of the realm was solely and only the Maharaja. A fact continuously reiterated by the highest judicial court in Jammu and Kashmir, that judged since "August 1947 His Highness became an uncontrolled and absolute sovereign."

Again more recently in July 2015, the High Court gave judgement that "the sovereignty of the State of J&K under the rule of Maharaja... ‘legally and constitutionally remained intact and untampered'." Only the sovereign Maharaja's judgments can supersede these, and certainly no foreign courts in either Delhi or Islamabad, have any such authority regarding such.

The sovereignty of the Maharaja further continues to be recognized, and is enshrined under British parliamentary law, under section 7 (b) of the Indian independence Act passed in July 18, 1947.

The Republic of India's activities have included mass graves of innocent Jammu and Kashmiri nationals and the gang rape of Jammu and Kashmiri women by India's security forces.

The harsh realties and human toll of the armed conflict in Jammu and Kashmir.

The harsh realties and human toll of the armed conflict in Jammu and Kashmir.

The mad illegal occupations of Jammu and Kashmir by India, Pakistan and China have left the world on the continuous brink of a potential nuclear war, that would destroy half the world's ozone layer, leaving 2 billion people dead world-wide from the ensuing nuclear famine. Tragically, Salman Rushdie has labeled this ongoing potential of an nuclear apocalypse war for the sovereign state of Jammu and Kashmir, as "a conflict the world has chosen to ignore." 

Ankit Love will bring peace to his state, and the secure the ozone layer and environment of the Earth. He now leads the formation of a federal World Union, to end all possibility of nuclear war for Jammu and Kashmir. The sovereign Ankit Love, plans for his democratic world government to have a directly elected members, by elections held via encrypted mobile and web technologies, from each state to represent it, as well as a directly elected head of world states. Ankit Love's organization will replace the undemocratic United Nations, that has completely failed the terror stricken people of Jammu and Kashmir, despite the passing of several futile UN Security Council resolutions, since resolution 47 of 1948.

Previously, Ankit Love and ex-chief minister Omar Abdullah, appeared together in May 2016, on the front page of the popular broadsheet newspaper JammuKashmir Newspoint, when Ankit Love, was the youngest candidate in British history, for Mayor of London.

Ankit Love in the London elections had called for emergency action under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, to end the Air Pollution Pandemic that kills over 7 million people world-wide annually, a figure more than malaria and HIV/AIDS combined.

Ankit Love on the front page of the JammuKashmir Newspoint paper along with Omar Abdullah and Narendra Modi, as reported in Newsweek Europe.

Ankit Love on the front page of the JammuKashmir Newspoint paper along with Omar Abdullah and Narendra Modi, as reported in Newsweek Europe.

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