Kashmir Solidarity Day in POK: Pakistan faces a number of challenges, together with a faltering political local weather, an ailing economic system, and voices calling for independence from almost each nook. Its infatuation with Kashmir can be unabated. Pakistan spent monumental sums of cash to commemorate Kashmir Solidarity Day on February fifth this yr. But it made little distinction, both inside Pakistan or outdoors. Neither the Pakistani Embassy nor some other international entity may present it with backing or appeal to a large throng.
People TV Unveils Ground Report on Kashmir
A Pakistani YouTube channel People TV has posted the video. In which the reporter goes among the many Pakistani folks and taking their opinion on Kashmir. The reporter is standing on the border of Pakistan and India and is speaking to the individuals who have come there. Then he asks an individual who had come from Sindh, what’s your opinion on Kashmir and the way do you see the event in Pakistan. Then that individual replies, “Look, Jammu is in front, and what we are seeing is not even a city but a village. Now see for yourself how these people have built a school there and how mobile towers have been installed. And Look here, we have come from Sindh and we do not understand how to talk to our home because there is no network here.”
The individual additional stated, “We want to bridge the distance between the two countries. Now see, two members of a family are living on one side and three brothers are living on the other side. Let us not have a visa but a pass for them to meet should be made.”
Questioning the Notion of Liberation
When the reporter requested that we have now been listening to slogans since childhood that “Kashmir Banega Pakistan” or “Liberate Kashmir”, what’s your opinion on this? Then that individual stated, “Look, all this can divide us only through slogans. They talk about liberating Kashmir, but are the people of Pakistan themselves free?” Meanwhile, one other individual additionally says, “You raise the slogan that Kashmir is ours. It is okay, but then take responsibility for it, give it basic needs also. Your own needs are not being fulfilled here and you ask for Kashmir.”
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