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Imran Khan, Qureshi raking Kashmir to save Muzaffarabad
Fear of losing PoK creates ripple in Pakistan
9/12/2019 10:51:23 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 12: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu who met the Sarpanchs and Panchs from Jammu & Kashmir recently in the national capital has made it clear that talks with Pakistan would only be held on Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "It looks like that the top leadership of the country has made up its mind to act against the terror bosses sitting in the PoK."
He said, "Leaders of the neighbouring country seem to have realized that India is mulling to take decisive action. After Balakot air strike terror camps and launching pads in the PoK could be the next target of the Indian Army."
The analyst said that Pakistani leaders have realized that this time around they have got nothing to sell at least there are no dead bodies of Kashmiris on which the politics could be played and world could be told that Kashmir is burning.
"Pakistani leaders since August 5 are trying to tell the world that it should not be indifferent towards Kashmir and international community should intervene."
He said that more than Kashmir the Pakistani leaders are worried about the PoK as they fear that Indian Army could cross the Line of Control and destroy the terror infrastructure.
"They seem to have sensed that in the process of grabbing Kashmir they are at the verge of losing PoK. Recent statements of the Indian leaders indicate that the battle lines have been drawn and they are in no mood to engage with Pakistan on any other issue other than the PoK."
It is in place to mention here that since the day Jammu & Kashmir has been reorganized, the top BJP leaders and the ones holding the significant positions have been talking about PoK and its integration with Jammu & Kashmir.
The Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had kicked off the debate for PoK soon after the J&K was reorganized by the Government of India last month.
An observer said, "It appears that top leadership of the country has already build the consensus over taking a decisive action and liberating PoK could be the next target of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government. This is unnerved the Pakistani leaders including Imran Khan and Shah Mehmood Qureshi. They are beating their chests to save Muzzafarabad that is why all the terror bosses in Pakistan have been freed and efforts are being made to push the terrorists into J&K from all the routes."
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