Gilgit and Baltistan are an integral part of India, but Pakistan is treating these regions like it’s colony. Pakistan is exploiting the rich natural resources of Gilgit – Baltistan region alongwith constitutional and fundamental rights of the people. Captain Alok Bansal, Assistant Professor, Delhi School of Management, stated this. On the resolution day program organized by the Department of Strategic and Regional Studies (DSRS) of Jammu University. On the occasion of the resolution passed in Parliament in 1994 regarding POJK.
Meanwhile, Captain Alok Bansal added that the time has come for us to seriously consider the resolution passed in Parliament 26 years ago. Gilgit-Baltistan is an integral part of India, so we have to know the culture, language, geography of that place. The resolution passed by the parliament in 1994 speaks of Indian territories occupied by Pakistan.
Pakistan has disguised in the name of Gilgit-Baltistan’s independence
Captain Alok Bansal said that Pakistan has created a farce in the name of independence of Gilgit-Baltistan. Subsequently, Pakistan had provided some constitutional framework there in 2018. Moreover Pakistan has annexed Mirpur, Muzaffarabad to a large extent culturally. At the same time, the culture and language of Gilgit, Baltistan region is quite rich, but Pakistan is promoting the ideology of fundamentalism with an end to it. Mr. Bansal added.
Furthermore the Vice Chancellor of Jammu University said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have an emotional connection with the POJK.