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Pakistan govt arrests 11 youths in PoK for chanting anti-Imran Khan slogans during his flop Friday fad in Muzaffarabad

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan's humdrum rally organised on September 13 (Friday) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir's (PoK) Muzaffarabad had turned into a major embarrassment for him.

To choke the voices of dissent, Pakistan government has now registered FIR against students and youth in PoK for chanting slogans against the PM during his rally. 11 arrests have been made so far and their homes have been raided by the Pakistani forces.

On the day of the rally also the Pakistani forces arrested a child raising anti-Imran Khan slogans. In visuals captured during the day of the event, the Pakistani security officers were seen taking the young boy away.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s humdrum rally organised on September 13 (Friday) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir’s (PoK) Muzaffarabad had turned into a major embarrassment for the self-proclaimed ‘ambassador of Kashmir’ as he met with protests wherein anti-Imran Khan slogans were raised.

Khan’s speech at the Friday rally was laced with blatant Hinduphobia and terror threats against India. His mundane discourse had zero effect on the people who instead reciprocated with “Imran Khan go back” slogans.

After his call of ‘standing for 30 mins’ for the sake of Kashmir flopped, Khan had planned this rally in Muzaffarabad to add some more noise against India. The Indian government keeps giving zero attention to his frustrated rants.

Though Khan has been hallucinating that his gibberish rants are making him come across as a Messiah of Kashmiris, his bubble has been bust quite a number of times but somehow the Pakistani PM refuses to capitulate.

On one hand, Khan is trying hard to show to the world that Pakistan is standing in solidarity with people of Jammu and Kashmir, while on the other hand the locals in PoK are rebelling against Pakistan. The people there are standing against the atrocities meted out to them by Pakistani authorities.

Recently, local residents belonging to various regions of PoK including Tatta Pani, Rawalakot, Poonch, Hajira, and Tatrinote today raised slogans in protest against the illegal occupation and atrocities by the Pakistani Army near the Line of Control (LoC) with India. The protests were aimed at claiming independence for the region.

The protesters can be heard sloganeering,“Pakistani fauji chod do Kashmir ko” and “yahan jo maara maari hain uske peeche wardi hain,” which roughly translates as “Pakistan Army, leave Kashmir alone” and “army is behind the atrocities here.”

The Pakistani police, in turn, had mercilessly assaulted and fired at the demonstrators. In the ensuing panic, several Kashmiris were injured.

Earlier also, media reports had mentioned the police breaking up several pro-independence marches in the Hajira region of PoK.

Since the time India has gone ahead to revoke Article 370, which provided special status to Jammu and Kashmir, India and Pakistan’s already strained relationship has worsened. The abrogation of Article 370 has rattled Pakistan, which has since stepped up its efforts to create unrest in Kashmir. In the wake of this development, it has resorted to multiple ceasefire violations.

In fact, Defence Expert, PK Sehgal today asserted that Human rights violations are taking place on a large-scale in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), Sindh and Balochistan.

“If there are human right violations taking place, they are taking place on a large-scale in PoK, Sindh, and Balochistan and not in Kashmir,” Sehgal told news agencies furthering that Pakistan has been desperately trying to push infiltrators into Jammu and Kashmir.

Moreover, NSA Ajit Doval had also in a wide-ranging interaction with journalists in New Delhi Saturday reiterated the same.

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