Massive protests break out at PoK


New Delhi: The local people of Pakistan did protest on Tuesday against the July 21 elections that left PM Nawaz Sharif with just 32 seats out of 41.

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A massive protest was held in Muzaffarabad, Kotli, Chinari and Mirpur after the members of the PML assassinated a supporter of the Muslim Conference (MC) in Muzaffarabad.

The protestors claimed that the supporters of Muslim Conference will not be given permission to cast their votes while Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence agency and othes rigged the polls in support of Sharif's PML.

The local people of Pakistan said that elections in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir have always been fixed in favour of the federal ruling party.

In 1948, the Himalayan region of Kashmir was divided between India and Pakistan after they fought a brief war over it.

In 2013 general elections, Sharif focused on improving the relations with India in his successful campaign.

Chairman of the Anjuman Minhaj-e-Rasool, Moulana Syed Athar Hussain Dehlavi said that people residing in the region want to be a part of India.

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According to Dehlavi, the people of the region are distressed with growing extremism in Pakistan and want to lead a peaceful life. Given the opportunity, they would want a referendum so that they can vote to join back India.