Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he can understand the curb found in Pakistan-administered Kashmir regarding the situation in Indian-administered Kashmir, but crossing the Line of Control (LoC) strengthened the Indian statement. Would be equivalent to doing.
Imran Khan posted these messages on Twitter at a time when activists of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), a pro-independence Kashmir supporter in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, were present to the general public in India-administered Kashmir. They are marching to the LoC to express solidarity with and against the ongoing lockdown.
According to journalist MA Jarral, the march began on Friday from Bhimbar in Pakistan-administered Kashmir district, which reached Muzaffarabad overnight through Kotli, Rawalkot and Dhirkot, from where the participants of the march visited LoC’s Chakothi checkpoint. Live on the side.
In his statement, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that any Pakistani who crosses the LoC to help the people of Indian-administered Kashmir or support them in the struggle will play ‘in the hands’ of India’s statement.
He wrote that any such move would allow India to increase the violence against the marginalized people in the Kashmir-administered Kashmir and attack the Line of Control.
وہ بیانیہ جس کے ذریعے پاکستان پر "اسلامی دہشت گردی" کا الزام لگا کر ظالمانہ بھارتی قبضے کیخلاف اہل کشمیر کی جائز جدوجہد سے توجہ ہٹانے کی کوشش کی جاتی ہے۔ایل او سی پار کرنے سے بھارت کو مقبوضہ وادی میں محصور لوگوں پر تشدد بڑھانے اور جنگ بندی لکیر کے اس پار حملہ کرنے کا جواز ملے گا۔— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 5, 2019
JKLF leader Dr Tauqeer Gilani, who heads the march on the other hand, says the march is meant for solidarity with Kashmiris living on the other side of the LoC, ‘despite having been in the Indian Army for over a month. Are under siege. ‘
Talking to the BBC, he demanded the government of Pakistan and the Kashmir-administered Kashmir to allow them and their supporters to cross the LoC.
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front calls itself an ‘independent Kashmir’ supporter. In early September, a JKLF faction held a four-day sit-in against the lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir at the Line of Control’s Territorial Note Crossing Point.
Prior to the sit-in, when the participants marched from Mirpur towards the Tetri Note, the participants were stopped by the police at Daorandri after Kotli Saraswas and Hajira, causing severe clashes between the two and injured several persons.
Strict security arrangements have been made in view of today’s protests. Commissioner Muzaffarabad Division Chaudhry Imtiaz told reporters that it was not possible to allow anyone to go to the LoC in view of the security situation, so as to ensure the safety and security of the march participants. All possible steps will be taken.
India has unsuccessfully tried to cross the LoC three times since August 5 by various people against the abolition of its special status in Kashmir and the ongoing lockdown.
Earlier in 1990 and 1992, the JKLF and the National Students Federation (NSF) separately tried to cross the LoC on behalf of the minor, in which several youths succeeded but were hit by Indian Army bullets. Become