|Founded||April 2, 2017|
|Services||Undoing the Partition of India through Indian reunification|
|Website||Indian Reunification Association Homepage|
The Indian Reunification Association (abbreviated IRA) is an organization whose purpose as set out on its website is "to unify what is now Pakistan and Bangladesh with India under a secular government". It was founded on April 2, 2017 by Markandey Katju, a former Justice of the Supreme Court of India, who serves as the patron of the association. 
Under the leadership of Markandey Katju (Chair), Athar Ilahie (Vice Chair) and Irfan Pullani (General Secretary), the Indian Reunification Association launched the Border Peace Forum (BPF) in February 2021 to advance peace, trade and harmony between India and Pakistan.
On February 21, 2021 Markandey Katju transferred the office of Chair to Indervansh Chaddha and Markandey Katju serves as the patron of the Indian Reunification Association.
The Indian Reunification Association was founded by Markandey Katju, the former Justice of the Supreme Court of India, on April 2, 2017. It was founded upon the philosophy that historically, geopolitically and culturally, India with its boundaries before the 1947 partition, has been one united nation entity in which there has always been free flow migration among people. Katju shares that South Asia or Hindustan "is broadly a country of immigrants like North America. The ancestors of 92 to 93 percent people living today in our subcontinent were not the original inhabitants here, but came from outside, mainly from the northwest (the original inhabitants being the pre-Dravidian tribals)." Due to this historical disposition, diversity was prevalent in the region, therefore, subjugating a particular ideology, specifically the recent religious identity divide, is a counter productive strategy in unity.  The partition of India occurred through colonial divide and rule tactics administered during the British Raj and divided upon independence to stunt the economic progress of the region to prevent the "Indian industry to emerge as a powerful rival to British industry." Therefore, the lack of economic progress is, in part, attributed to the legacy of colonialism that continues to dictate current borders issues in the Kashmir Conflict.
- Indian Reunification
- Opposition to the partition of India
- Composite nationalism
- Hindu-Muslim unity
- Religious harmony in India
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- "Indian Reunification Association Website".
- Katju, Markandey (2018). "'India, Pak must reunite under a secular govt'". www.indicanews.com.
- Katju, Markandey (2017). "Katju's Official Statement". Facebook.com.
- Pullani, Irfan (February 22, 2021). "IRA SENATE DECLARATION". Youtube.
- Katju, Markandey (March 2, 2013). "The truth about Pakistan". www.nation.com.
- Tammeus, Bill (March 20, 2017). "We must reunite: Why Pakistan, India and Bangladesh should be one country". billtammeus.typepad.com.
- Katju, Markandey (8 December 2015). "Should India, Pakistan and Bangladesh reunite? 3-20-17". www.newslaundry.com.
- "Kashmir: Why India and Pakistan fight over it". www.bbc.com. 8 August 2019.
- "India-Pakistan reunification only solution to Kashmir, says Katju". www.thehindubusinessline.com. March 12, 2018.
- Ilahie, Athar (July 13, 2020). "The Reunification of the Subcontinent: An overview". www.kjournal.in.
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