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Widespread protests in PoK ring alarm bells for Islamabad

IndiaTimes Thursday, 7 November 2019
Protesters alleged that the crackdown has become the modus operandi of the Pakistani establishment which uses brute force to muzzle all kinds of opinions and dissents in the region. They alleged it was nothing short of the mayhem unleashed by Pakistani forces in 1947 when they invaded their territory.
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