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Imran warns PoK residents against crossing LoC

Islamabad, Oct 5, 2019 –

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday warned the residents of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) against crossing the Line of Control “to provide humanitarian aid or support” to the Kashmiris.

The Prime Minister’s warning on Twitter comes a day after tens of hundreds of residents from across PoK set out in vehicular and motorcycle rallies to Muzaffarabad on the call of pro-independence Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) to show solidarity with the Kashmiris.

A JKLF spokesperson told Dawn news that the marchers would resume their rally towards Chakothi sector on Saturday morning.

“From Chakothi we will cross over the ceasefire line (LoC) for Srinagar,” he said, expressing his desire for the administration and police not to create hindrances for them.  (Agency)

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