What do the Kashmiri India hate

What is the Kashmiri’s fundamental problem with India?

India claims the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir and, as of 2010, administers around 43% of the region . It controls Jammu, the Kashmir Valley, Ladakh, and the Siachen Glacier. India's claims are contested by Pakistan, which controls approximately 37% of Kashmir, namely Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. [3] [4] China currently administers the Demchok District, Shaksgam Valley, and Aksai Chin Region. China's claim to these areas has been contested by India since China captured Aksai Chin during the 1962 Sino-Indian War. [5]

The root of the conflict between the Kashmiri insurgents and the Indian government is linked to a dispute over local autonomy . [6] Democratic development in Kashmir was limited until the late 1970s, and by 1988 many of the democratic reforms introduced by the Indian government had been reversed. Nonviolent channels of expressing dissatisfaction were thereafter limited and led to a dramatic increase in support for insurgents who advocated a violent secession from India. [6] In 1987, a controversial state election [7] created a catalyst for the insurrection when some members of the state's legislative assembly formed armed insurgent groups. [8] [9] [10] In July 1988, a series of demonstrations, strikes and attacks on the Indian government began the uprising in Kashmir.