What big step did Pakistan take in the fear of losing PoK? The dreaded squad of Munir’s army became active

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The people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir are desperate to become a part of India. They are eager to break the chains of slavery of Pakistan. These circumstances have increased the tension of Shahbaz Sharif and Munir.

The nervousness of the neighbouring country Pakistan is increasing regarding Pakistan Occupied Kashmir i.e. POK. Pakistan has become convinced that India can snatch the occupied Kashmir from it at any time, so it has taken a big step and decided to deploy six contingents of Frontier Constabulary i.e. paramilitary forces in the occupied Kashmir. Although Pakistan’s argument behind this deployment is the protests happening here. But the effect is the fear of snatching POK. Actually, the people of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir are yearning to become a part of India. They are desperate to break the chains of slavery of Pakistan. These circumstances have increased the tension of Shahbaz Sharif and Munir.

Shahbaz and Munir are worried that PoK might slip out of their hands. Therefore, Pakistan has taken a big step regarding PoK. Pakistan will deploy Frontier Constabulary i.e. paramilitary forces in occupied Kashmir. This decision was taken after the meeting of PoK Prime Minister Anwarul Haq and Home Minister Mohsin Naqvi. Though Frontier Constabulary is a contingent of paramilitary forces, it is considered to be a dreaded squad of Pakistan Army. It deals ruthlessly with those who raise their voice against Pakistan.

The protests against inflation and high electricity prices were led by the Jammu Kashmir Joint Awami Action Committee (JAAC) and traders were at the forefront of it in most parts of the region. The development comes after the disputed region’s ‘Prime Minister’ Chowdhary Anwarul Haq met Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi, reports Geo News. During the meeting, the two leaders reportedly discussed the law and order situation, the prevailing political scenario as well as the disputed region’s budget for the next financial year.

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