The main pillars of the political ideology of JKIM are:
(1) That Jammu Kashmir State spread over about 217,000 sq. kms. and comprising
Indian occupied areas (Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Ladakh provinces), Pakistani controlled parts i.e. Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan (all those territories that
formed it on August 14, 1947)is an indivisible political entity and that the Whole State is a disputed territory. The whole State is geographically
and politically one unit and indivisible. No part of this State is constitutionally or legally a part of any country.
(2) That Kashmir issue is not a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan but concerns
the issue of letting Kashmiris exercise their inherent, internationally recognized, pledged, fully deserved and unfettered
right of self-determination.
(3) That no solution of Kashmir issue, not based on free and unfettered will of atleast
the majority of the people of the entire State, can be termed as an equitable one.
(4) That the best solution of the issue is to re-unite the divided Jammu Kashmir State, demilitarize all regions and give people the right
of self determination. (However we concede that the final status of the State should be subject to the approval by the majority
of the people of the entire State through a free and unfettered expression of their will.)
(5) That all citizens of the entire State should enjoy equal political, economic and
social rights and freedom of expression and faith, irrespective of their race, religion, region, culture and sex. (6) Any person who has been forced out of the State from 1947 till the attainment of freedom will have the legal right
to return to the State and adopt permanent residence. (This would include the legal descendants of the people belonging to
the State. The State shall be bound to provide legal and financial help to such people.)