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Paper Title :
Is Pok (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) Heading for a Chok (Chinese Occupied Kashmir)? - A Critical Review

Author :Anand Sagar

Article Citation :Anand Sagar , (2017 ) " Is Pok (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) Heading for a Chok (Chinese Occupied Kashmir)? - A Critical Review " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 88-91, Volume-3,Issue-3

Abstract : In POK, Gilgit and Baltistan are under Pakistani military rule. Democratic activists there want a legislature and other institutions without restrictions, where the elected legislature controls only 4 out of 56 subjects covered in the state Constitution. The rest are under the jurisdiction of a "Kashmir Council" appointed by the president of Pakistan. Pakistan illegally ceded the Shaksgam Valley, around 5,180 sq km, to China in a 1963 border agreement. From the very outset, India was less than categorical about its desire to resume control of the Gilgit-Baltistan area, though Nehru did insist that as part of the UN resolution requiring the removal of Pakistani forces from J&K, the Pakistani regulars and irregulars ought to be removed from Gilgit-Baltistan as well. In 1970, Pakistan changed the name of the region to “Northern Areas”, but kept it detached from Azad Kashmir. But while AJK was given a semblance of constitutional government right from the outset, Gilgit Baltistan was in a constitutional limbo, or simply a colony of Pakistan. In 2009, Pakistan finally sought to give some legal cover to this relationship by passing a Gilgit-Baltistan Empowerment and Self-Governance Order in the Cabinet and getting presidential assent for it. The order allegedly granted self-rule to the people by creating a legislative assembly and a council, yet did not provide for any constitutional means of linking it to Pakistan. Islamabad believes that this way it is able to maintain its somewhat convoluted stand on Jammu & Kashmir. Keywords - POK, Gilgit-Baltistan, Shaksgam Valley, Northern Areas, Azad Kashmir, AJK.

Type : Research paper

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