There has been a big revelation about Pakistan’s conspiracy against POK. It is learned that Pakistan’s Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa is behind Pakistan’s Gilgit plan. According to Raufa Klasra, a well-known Pakistani journalist, the Army Chief of Pakistan had invited the leaders of all the major parties of the country to a luncheon held at the Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi in the last few days. The Army Chief summoned the leaders of Pakistan who claimed democracy and all the leaders involved in it remained publicly silent about the meeting. Meanwhile, Bajwa discussed the issue of making Gilgit a province, but in the meantime he got into a scuffle with Bilawal and Shabaz Sharif.
Bajwa said there was a fear of Indian action on POK and China was investing heavily in the region. In that we should make Gilgit a new province. Pakistan’s army chief wanted political parties to support Gilgit-Baltistan. Bilawal, meanwhile, raised the issue of military interference in political affairs. Bilawal Bhutto said that such a situation existed in 1971 and even then the army was interfering in political affairs. Pakistan’s army chief was incensed at the mention of the Bangladesh war. Bajwa said that only leaders like you come to meet the army. We do not come to you.