Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is watched by the whole world, especially India, because Kashmir has occupied this area of India for a long time.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (File Photo)
This time Pakistan has resorted to the game to sing the melody of Kashmir. Imran Khan, who himself has been a cricketer, is now dragging cricket into politics. According to media reports, the Kashmir Premier League T20 will be organized in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. This tournament will run from 6 to 16 August in which Pakistan as well as foreign players will participate.
Pakistan says that this tournament will be broadcast live all over the world. Bagh Stallion, Mirpur Royals, Muzaffarabad Tigers, Overseas Warriors, Kotli Lions and Rawlakot Hawks teams will participate in the Kashmir Premier League. Talking about foreign players, former Sri Lankan batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan, former England players Matt Prior and Monty Panesar, Herschelle Gibbs will participate.
Experienced Pakistani players will be included
It is being claimed that more foreign players will be involved in this. Talking about Pakistani players, former Pakistan team captain Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Sohail Tanvir, Shadab Khan, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Sharjeel Khan, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Irfan will play in this league.
Media reports quoting the organizers have said that all the matches will be held at the cricket stadium in Muzaffarabad. So far there is no official comment from the Government of India on this tournament. However, India’s stand on Kashmir is clear. PoK and Gilgit-Baltistan are part of India which is illegally occupied by Pakistan.
Pakistan conducting elections in PoK
On the one hand, Pakistan talks about maintaining peace with India, while on the other hand it creates tension in relations due to its nefarious activities. Knowing that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is part of India, elections are being held there. Elections are to be held in Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir on July 25, under which the members of the Legislative Assembly will be elected. There is also a separate Election Commission here.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, being the chairman of the Kashmir Council, remains at the highest post of the region. That is, conducting elections is nothing less than a hoax. This region has 53 seats in the assembly, out of which 33 members are directly elected from 10 districts. Whereas 12 seats are given to Kashmiri refugees living in four provinces of Pakistan. One seat is for foreign Kashmiri and five are reserved for women. There is one seat each for Technocrats and Ulema-e-din.
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