By V K Krishna Menon; E S Reddy; A K Damodaran; Krishna Menon National Memorial Committee
Speeches within the U.N. safeguard Council in 1957 and 1962.
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No. 26) Here again is another account concerning Father Shanks, who was one of the Christian missionaries working in the area. It is a story that Father Shanks would never tell. He describes the attack on the Convent without mentioning his own name, as follows: “The tribesmen – great, wild, black beasts they were – came shooting their way down from the hills on both sides of the town. “They climbed over the hospital from all sides. The first group burst into a ward firing at the patients. “A 20-years old Indian nurse, Philomena, tried to protect a Muslim patient whose baby had just been born.
That was what prevented the officials of the Kashmir Government coming over to India at that time. On 4 September, on the basis of a telegraphic report submitted by its Chief of Staff, Major-General Scott, the Kashmir Government protested by telegram to the West Punjab Government against armed Muslims from Rawalpindi district infiltrating into the State. Protests were also made to the Deputy Commissioner. Two days later there was a marked increase in this activity. On 6 September a patrol visited Alibeg, twelve miles west of Bhimbar and MajorGeneral Lovett, commanding this Seventh Infantry Division – that is to say, presumably of the Pakistan forces – was informed.
An Associated Press photographer, presumably an American, flew over a section of Kashmir and said that he saw more then twenty villages in flames. The villages, in an area ten miles long and ten miles wide, apparently had been set fire to by the Muslim invaders who were scouring the valley and moving in the direction of Srinagar. In a report in the New York Times by Robert Trumbull, dated 10 November 1947, we read the following: “Baramula, India, 10th November – The city had been stripped of its wealth and young women before the tribesmen fled in terror at midnight, Friday, before the advancing Indian Army.