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Goofed up Pakistan forgets Kashmir, cries only PoK
9/19/2019 10:47:57 PM
Early Times Report
srinagar, Sept 19: Goofed up by the India's rock strong resolve on Kashmir and the abrogation of latter's special status, Pakistan is finally running for cover.
Forget its recent provocative statements on Kashmir; the enemy country is so frightened that it is now seeking international attention only on the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Till a few days ago, Pakistan was talking too much about so called support of Kashmir but following the clear cut statement from New Delhi that PoK was integral part of India and that it needs to be taken back, the Islamabad finally looks unnerved.
In the latest, instead of talking about (support for Kashmir), the neighbouring country has appealed the international community to take note of India's "aggressive posturing" on the PoK. On September 18, Pakistan issued a special statement to urge the international community to take note of India's "aggressive posturing about taking physical jurisdiction" of PoK saying that "belligerent" statements have potential further escalate the tension in region.
It is for the first time since the abrogation of article 370 on Aug 5 that Pakistan has sounded so defensive and has not uttered even a word about Kashmir. Pakistan has been unnerved since the day when soon after the abrogation of special status of the Jammu and Kashmir; the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that now PoK was to be taken back.
Raj Singh's remarks were instantly seconded by the MOS in Prime Minister's Office Dr Jintender Singh who said that the time had come to take PoK back. Dr Singh has since been firm on his stand and wants Muzaffarabad become part of this Kashmir at an earliest. The Modi Government has only intensified its resolve to take back PoK and military strike in this regard can't be ruled out.
Political strategists said taking back PoK has become vital for New Delhi as otherwise Pakistan was using Muzaffarabad to fuel cross border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir as most of the terrorist camps and their outfits are based in that particular region. In the so called headquarter of United Jehad Council headed by Syed Salahuddin is in Muzaffarabad.
"To end the unwanted import of terror, PoK needs to be reclaimed at an earliest so that terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir comes to an end," said an analyst on the condition of anonymity.
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