Pakistan-occupied Kashmir will soon become part of India- Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has announced that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir will soon come under India’s control. On the question of when Pakistan will be expelled from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, Amit Shah said that they will be taken at the right time considering the situation of the country and the world. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee can fear Pakistan if they want, but this Pakistan-occupied Kashmir belongs to India and we will take it, Shah said at an election rally in West Bengal on Wednesday.

India sympathizes with the struggles of its people in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Those people beg for bread, medicine and milk. India can satisfy the hunger of the people of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in mere hours. They can provide free rice and wheat throughout the year. But India is watching what Pakistan is doing and the reaction of the people.

Our aim is to take back PoK. A Kashmir which after recapture gives food grain without starvation. All the prosperity of India’s Kashmir will once come to Pakistan occupied Kashmir – Amit Shah said

Amit Shah stated that the Bharatiya Janata Party believes that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir belongs to India and only India can get it. Shah was asked about the unrest in POK and India’s response to it. He said,.., based on the disputes there, India will not claim authority. There is mismanagement, that is their issue… but Pakistan Occupied Kashmir is ours. Because when we got independence, all of Kashmir was merged with India. Not even an iota of Kashmir’s soil has merged with Pakistan. Kashmiris who came to India were seized by Pakistan. Those who ruled India then and later defeated Pakistan in the war did not take it back.

Thousands of local residents are currently on strike in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir against taxes on electricity bills and cuts in subsidies. News agency PTI reported that people’s lives came to a standstill as a total strike was observed in the area.

Pakistani paramilitary troops illegally deployed in PoK opened fire on protesters, killing three civilians and seriously injuring several others. More than 20 people have already died, according to unofficial figures. According to PTI, clashes between the police and activists of a rights movement are continuing. At least one police officer has been killed and around 100 injured, the news agency said. ..Senior BJP leader Shah also criticized Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar and Jammu and Kashmir National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah.

Aiyar was heard in a video saying that India should respect Pakistan as it is a sovereign nation and should deal with Pakistan as it has atomic bomb. In a video, Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar had indicated in the video that it would not be good if a “madman” came to power there and used a nuclear bomb. But the Congress said it completely disagreed with Aiyar’s remarks a few months ago. A few days before Aiyar’s remarks went viral, Farooq Abdullah had said,