PoK Protest / PoK is desperate to meet in India, Shahbaz Sharif formed a committee to convince people

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 17, 2024, 07:53 AM
PoK Protest: Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is now desperate to join India. The people of Azad Kashmir are driving away the Pakistani army and police from their areas by beating them with sticks. Army vehicles are being set on fire. The situation in PoK has gone out of control due to violence. Pakistan is scared of this. In fact, the people of PoK are fed up with rising inflation and severe shortage of roads, water and electricity. He has started hating Pakistan and Pakistani army. The people of PoK say that the Pakistani government and army are exploiting them and robbing them of their rights. On the other hand, after the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, new dimensions of progress are being created there. Due to this, the people of PoK have started looking towards India for progress like here.

A leader of PoK has even appealed that India should raise the issue of PoK in the United Nations and talk about it. Now even Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has lost his senses after seeing POCSO getting out of his hands. He has formed a committee on Thursday to convince the people. This committee has been formed to find a permanent solution to the problems of the people of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK). Just 2 days before this, Shahbaz had given a package of Rs 23 billion for POK to solve the problems there. But now people are firm on their demand for merger with India.

People angry with Pakistan due to skyrocketing inflation and poverty

People in PoK are very angry due to high prices of flour and increased electricity bills and taxes. Recently, the situation has become even more out of control after one policeman and three civilians were killed during the clash between the protesting people and the security forces. Many people have also been injured in this clash. Meanwhile, PM Shehbaz Sharif also visited Muzaffarabad, the regional capital of PoK. Shahbaz said that people had "raised their voice for their genuine demands, but in the meantime some miscreants tried to create a riot." A special meeting of the regional government's cabinet was called, state-run Radio Pakistan reported. While addressing Shahbaz has ordered the formation of a committee to discuss local issues.