Discussion in 'Pakistan' started by Rahul Singh, Mar 3, 2010.
POK women on streets opposing pakistani army's atrocities.
Rahul where is the article and the link?
We cannot trust a You-tube.
By the same medium there are thousands of videos on "imagined" Indian atrocities.
there are few links available from news sources
Actually we know who is committing what in both indian kashmir and the one occupied by pakistan. But over the years our govt failed to use this as propaganda on our side to show the Kashmiris who is the oppressor. We failed to use gilgit baltistan and the unrest there to our advantage.
Things are changing though now as I was told by an army officer. The Kashmiris here now know where to go. The elections proved that. Slowly this separatist movement will die down and pakistan will have no excuse left.
Thanks Sri. Yes this video is from http://videos.sify.com/Women-in-Gil...-of-Pakistani-Army-ANI-watch-kcqnOchiadd.html
neutral source.neither youtube nor biased indian source(as claimed by pakistanis)
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