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Pakistan-administered Kashmir’s PM calls for ‘military’ action

Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir – The prime minister of Pakistan-administered Kashmir has called for the Pakistani government to act “militarily” in the Kashmir dispute with neighbouring India, on the anniversary of Indian air attacks on Pakistani soil that sparked a military standoff between the nuclear-armed countries. Raja Farooq Haider, the elected prime minister of Pakistan-administered Kashmir,…

Pakistan-administered Kashmir’s PM calls for ‘military’ action

Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir – The prime minister of Pakistan-administered Kashmir has called for the Pakistani government to act “militarily” in the Kashmir dispute with neighbouring India, on the anniversary of Indian air attacks on Pakistani soil that sparked a military standoff between the nuclear-armed countries.
Raja Farooq Haider, the elected prime minister of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, a semi-autonomous state, spoke to Al Jazeera in an exclusive interview on Wednesday.
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