Jammu and Kashmir Pakistan is nervous about India’s action. The problem of panic is that Pakistan’s official media released detailed information on the weather in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.
Islamabad: Pakistan is nervous about India’s action. The problem of panic is that Pakistan’s official media released detailed information on the weather in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. This step was taken a few days after the weather forecast for Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) in India began.
Government Radio Pakistan said on Sunday that most parts of Jammu and Kashmir are partly cloudy and there is a chance of rain. In addition, maximum and minimum temperatures of Srinagar, Pulwama, Jammu and Ladakh were given. Significantly, radio places special emphasis on the news of Pakistan Kashmir and its website is dedicated to the news of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistani state television also broadcasts a special bulletin on the news of Jammu and Kashmir. Further information about Kashmir is believed to be broadcast in the Pakistani media after information on the weather in Pakistan in the Indian media.
Pakistan on Friday rejected India’s attempt to provide weather information for Mirpur, Muzaffarabad and Gilgit-Baltistan because it had no legal recognition and was an attempt to change the situation in the region. The Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in its statement that the move, like the “political map” published by India last year, has no legal recognition and is contrary to reality and is in violation of the UN Security Council resolution.
Significantly, India released a new map in November last year where the Kashmir valley occupied by Pakistan is part of the newly formed Jammu and Kashmir Union territory, while Gilgit-Baltistan is part of the Ladakh Union territory. As shown.