Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) activist Amjad Ayub Mirza has claimed people of his region are fed up with Pakistani occupation and want it to merge with India.
Residents of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir recently rejected Islamabad's call for ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ on February 5.
Human rights activist Amjad Ayub Mirza has said political exiles living abroad will have no other option but to form a national government of PoK in exile if the demands of the people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan are not met by February 5.
University teachers in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK)'s Bagh region recently took out a protest rally against the administration over a backlog of payments and demanded a long-due salary hike, media reports said.
India on Saturday took strong objection to the recent visit of British High Commissioner in Pakistan to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), terming it as "highly objectionable" and "unacceptable".
A large group of people from the Awami Action Committee in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) demonstrated against spiked electricity bill and high prices of natural gas recently.
People in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) have been facing the troubles of high inflation, frequent load shedding, unemployment and other violations of human rights for a long time now and this has left them with no other options but to protest against the government.
Civil society representatives, including the head of the National Commission on the Status of Women (NCSW), recently expressed concern over the absence of laws and constitutional protections for women in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan region.
A group of protesters, mostly women, demonstrated in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir's Muzaffarabad city when they demanded their rights and blamed that the government was leaving in the dark.
People from all walks of life in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) recently took to the region's streets and demonstrated against a range of issues they have been grappling with for an extended period.
A large section of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) residents recently demonstrated against a range of issues they have been grappling with for an extended period.
A large number of people hit the streets of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Thursday as part of their steady campaign in favour of their demands which include tax-free electricity, subsidised wheat flour, and abolition of the unwarranted perks and privileges of the political and bureaucratic elite.
Exiled Kashmiris from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) recently gathered around the Pakistani Consulate in the United Kingdom's Bradford city to demonstrate against the violations of human rights by the country's security forces.
Traders in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir's Muzaffarabad region on Saturday observed a shutter-down strike to demonstrate against heavy-handedness meted out to protesters in different Kashmir cities in recent days.
The Baloch National Movement recently hosted a three-day-long exhibition in Geneva City to highlight the human rights violations happening in Balochistan province of Pakistan.