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While Pak Army continues to provoke India by repeatedly violating the ceasefire, watch this humanitarian gesture shown by the Indian Army@adgpi ) to a PoK citizen who inadvertently crossed the LoC. TIMES NOW’s Pradeep Dutta with more details. Listen in.

Indian Army officials: A 32-year-old PoK national Shabir Ahmed had inadvertently crossed over LoC on 17 May, 2019. With support of people of Tangdhar, he was apprehended by Indian Army. Once he was stabilized, PoK authorities were approached for repatriation by Indian Army.

Indian Army repatriated a 32-year-old national of Pok Shabir Ahmed who had inadvertently crossed over LoC a few months ago. The army had apprehended this person with the support of people of Tangdhar. #UserGeneratedContent  More videos

@business  Meanwhile, traffic is back to running smoothly on Pok Fu Lam Road by the University of Hong Kong after Saturday’s cleanup the #HongKongProtests  #香港 #HKU 

2 petrol bombs dropped from a bridge on Pok Fu Lam Road by the University of Hong Kong. Around 500 people were there as cleanup of roadblocks were underway #HongKongProtests  #香港 #HKU 

🧱🏃‍♂️ A man goes for a run amid bricks during cleanup on Pok Fu Lam Road by the University of Hong Kong #HongKongProtests  #香港 #HKU 

#LIVE  : Protesters are building a makeshift wall using concrete and bricks on Pok Fu Lam Rd at the University of Hong Kong. #HongKongProtests  Video: SCMP/Chris Healy

#LIVE  : Protesters on Pok Fu Lam Road outside HKU are trying to rebuild their catapult. Police earlier said they would clear roadblocks on the road, but have yet to show up. Video: SCMP/Zoe Low #hongkongprotests 

#LIVE  : Dozens of riot police are on Pok Fu Lam Road near HKU MTR station with six police vans nearby. Most roadblocks set up by student protesters the day before have been cleared. #hongkongprotests 

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I have now a solid hint that if India agrees to to defend Afghanistan against terrorists like Taliban, and thus allow US to withdraw its troops, then US will side with India in taking back PoK

Indian Army has launched attacks on terrorist camps situated inside Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) opposite the Tangdhar sector. This is in retaliation to the support provided by Pakistan Army to push terrorists into Indian territory.

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MEA: We expect other countries to respect India's sovereignty&territorial integrity.China continues to be in occupation of a large tract of area in UTs of J-K,& Ladakh. It has illegally acquired Indian territories from PoK under so called China-Pakistan boundary agreement of 1963

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To take back PoK we need first to withdraw the illegal Nehru petition to UNSC in 1947 Dec. The LoC then becomes illegal and thus Indian forces can cross over. Muzzafarabad is easy to take. So too Skardu

Difference Between Congress and BJP Congress: Kashmir Is Not India's Internal Matter BJP: Jaan De Denge Hum PoK Ke Liye

For Kashmir swift strike, kudos to Namo and his HM. But minus PoK, part K problem remains. For PoK we must simultaneously break Pak into 4. If US allows Afghan elections on Sept 28th, Afghan will be an ally of India. If Iran neutral and China properly briefed, it will be easy.

There is no greater opportunity, better international environment, and excellent justification today for crossing the ceasefire line and re-take Muzzafarabad in PoK, use Israeli sold drones to bomb Azhar, and abolish Art 370 by a stroke of a pen

I learn that our smash hit operation against terror camps in Pak and PoK was conceptualised by by just seven persons: PM NSA three service Chief and IB & RAW.

We are bombing our own territory temporarily called PoK. So no international law broken but it is in self defence

After being decimated in Iraq and Syria, ISIS desperate for space has moved into PoK and almost captured Jaish E Mohammed. Hence India must make decisive moves now or have the Jehadi Cancer spread to other parts of Hindustan

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