Pakistan deploys canons in PoK, people say, 'Pakistan army pressures to become terrorists'

Nov 22 2020 05:18 PM
Pakistan deploys canons in PoK, people say, 'Pakistan army pressures to become terrorists'

Islamabad: In Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), persecution of the Pakistani Army is at its peak. The exiled leader Amjad Ayub Mirza has tweeted that the Pakistan Army has deployed a large number of canons in the civilian areas of the Neelum Valley. This is where Pakistan fires in the border areas of India.

He alleged that the Pakistan army presses the youth here to become terrorists against India. Those who disobey them are even tortured, kidnapped and murdered. Atrocities on women have also crossed all limits. There are frequent protests against this. Those who are being brutally crushed. The oppressors have the support of both the power and the army. The government of Pakistan here exerts full power to fulfil political objectives, not to solve the problems of the local people.

In the Neelum Valley, Pakistan is deploying heavy cannons with the army and continuous firing is being done in the border area of Jammu and Kashmir. The deployment of cannons in civilian areas is also part of its strategy.

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