Seeing the progress of Kashmir, there is ruckus in PoK! S Jaishankar made a big revelation

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The people of PoK have already driven away the police in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. A similar scenario can be seen with the army also. It seems as if the people of PoK, who have endured years of atrocities, are now in the mood for the final fight. Now PoK is not going to tolerate the second-class treatment that the Pakistani government has been giving to PoK.

Amid ongoing violent protests over economic distress, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar reiterated India's stand that Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (PoK) is an integral part of India. He highlighted the complexity of the situation in PoK and suggested that residents could compare their conditions with those in Jammu and Kashmir, where progress is evident. Jaishankar emphasized on the feeling of occupation and discrimination in PoK. When he was asked about the merger of PoK with India, he clarified that it was always a part of India and discussed the historic resolutions on the matter. His comments come amid violent protests in PoK, where protesters are demanding lower electricity prices.

The people of PoK have already driven away the police in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. A similar scenario can be seen with the army also. It seems as if the people of PoK, who have endured years of atrocities, are now in the mood for the final fight. Now PoK is not going to tolerate the second-class treatment that the Pakistani government has been giving to PoK.

Cash-strapped Pakistan will privatize all state-owned enterprises (SOEs), including loss-making Pakistan International Airlines, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif announced. The government's initial plans to privatize only loss-making state companies were expanded. The announcement of privatization of state-run enterprises except strategic enterprises comes a day after Pakistan initiated talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a new Long-Term Extended Fund Facility (EFF). According to media reports, Sharif made the announcement while chairing a review meeting on the privatization process of loss-making state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

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