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Imran Khan asks PoK people to cross LoC after he returns from UN
9/14/2019 10:57:16 PM

Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 14: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again shown his true colours by threatening that people of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) will cross the Line of Control after he addresses the session of United Nations (UN) General Assembly next week.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Imran Khan's assertion that people should cross the LoC after he returns from UN is a hint to terrorists that they should get ready to infiltrate."
He said that Imran Khan visiting Muzaffarabad in PoK seems to be a part of the exercise to push-in more terrorists into Jammu & Kashmir.
"Khan's speech can not be taken lightly. It seems to be a veiled threat about Pakistan is preparing to intensify the proxy war in the Valley," he added.
It is in place to mention here that before reorganizing Jammu & Kashmir, the Government of India had pushed-in more troops near the borders and the Line of Control to thwart any misadventure which Pakistan could indulge in.
"It is clear that Pakistan is in no mood to deescalate the tension. It wants Kashmir to burn and remain on the edge. This has left the Government of India with no option other than to take a decisive action against the Pakistan and the terror bosses active across the LoC. Imran Khan seems to have daunt the mental of the terrorists and is leading from the front," said a Defence analyst.
He said, "Pakistan has to be taught a lesson in the language which it understands as the people ruling the neighbouring country don't understand the language of peace and co-existence. They are war mongers and they can not think beyond it. The terrorists are the only instrument which are available with Pakistan and they are waiting to infiltrate into Jammu & Kashmir."
A Kashmir watcher said, "The terrorists sponsored by Pakistan have taken the entire Kashmir hostage. They are not allowing shopkeepers to open their shops, transporters to resume their services and fruit merchants to sell their yield."
He said that there are reports that the terrorists have threatened the fruit merchants of dire consequences if they try to sell their yield to the government.
"The people of Kashmir should realize that terrorists and Pakistan are not their friends as they want to keep the people of the Valley deprived of everything to keep the conflict alive. They are even out to snatch their right to live and the cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan is leading the onslaught against Kashmiris from the front."
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