Leepa Valley, February 09: It is apparent that in as much as Pakistan Occupied Kashmir's political question is yet to be addressed; there are still other problems inherent in critical sectors like development, communication and education.
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Muzaffarabad, February 23: Government Employees of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir are a worried lot. Many have been retrenched. Many still are at the risk of losing their jobs following a government order laying them off.
Muzaffarabad,March 09:Fed up with the hollow promises,government employees of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) are on a hunger strike.In a bid to change the demographics of Islamabad is encouraging people from its provinces to settle in the Himalayan region.Many of those employed in the local government have been retrenched to make way for the settlers. This has also meant large-scale unemployment for the local youth also.It has forced them to migrate to Pakistan's big cities,looking for menial jobs.
Gilgit, May 04: Terming the 2009 Gilgit-Baltistan Empowerment Ordinance as a colonial-type package, nationalist leaders of Gilgit and Occupied Kashmir has said the reforms are a move designed to divide Kashmir.
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Muzaffarabad, June 01:The identity factor has marked the political history of pakistan in the last sixty years.Much like the early colonizers, Islamabad continues to exploit the religious differences to oppress and rule occupied Kashmir and its people.
Muzaffarabad,June 08: A two-decade-old long insurgency may not end in Jammu and Kashmir unless Pakistan stops arming,training and sending militants to the Himalayan state,security analysts have said.
Muzaffarabad,June 15:Despite being the flash point of the dispute between India and Pakistan for over six decades,the political stalemate over the Himalayan region of Kashmir is far from over.A latest independent survey has also indicated that 98 percent of Kashmiris are against joining Pakistan and a plebiscite is no longer an option in the Valley.
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Muzaffarabad/ Azad Kashmir, July 05: The situation in Azad Kashmir is cause for worry for people of the quasi-province and the rest of Pakistan. A problem that has festered for long and many administrations have tried to stifle its people's aspirations. Azad Kashmir has a President, a Prime Minister and a Legislature of its own, but it is not a country, nor is it a province of Pakistan. It has been ruled by Islamabad under a special status since the formation of Azad Jammu & Kashmir Council, a constitutional body established under section 21 of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Interim Constitution Act, 1974. The Council retains all crucial powers like nationality, citizenship, finance, defense, external affairs including foreign trade and foreign aid.
Muzzafarabad, July 12: Azad Kashmir’s future is as dark and gloomy today as it was in 1947. Pakistan’s army and its intelligence agencies rule `Azad Kashmir’ and control its major establishments. During the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake, in which over 75,000 people were killed, 5 billion dollars in aid arrived from all around the world. For reconstruction and development, the Government of Pakistan formed Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA). But ultimately it became yet another forum to accommodate retired senior military officers. Over the years the authority has been criticized for non-developmental spending on luxury goods and its fake statistics. ERRA claims to have spent 2 billion dollars in earthquake hit areas, but people ask where has the money gone as nothing has been built so far.