Pakistan should create a government in exile for Kashmir after the abolition of the special status of India-occupied Kashmir. The government should be led by Mishaal Malik, wife of the Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik.
According to the reports of Baaghi TV, the Modi government in occupied Kashmir has abolished Kashmir’s special status due to which Pakistan has terminated diplomatic relations with the neighboring country. In order to highlight solidarity with the Kashmiris and give a message to the international community, a special government should be formed in the region and Kashmiri leaders living in Pakistan as well as other countries should be made part of it.
According to Baaghi TV, Yasin Malik’s wife Mishaal Yasin Malik can play the best role to raise the voice of Kashmiris at the moment as she is well aware of the ongoing tensions going on in the territory.
In the past, it was demanded that a Kashmiri or any other person who knows about Kashmir, should be made the chairman of Kashmir Committee. Maulana Fazal ur Rehman remained the chairman of the Kashmir Committee for ten years and only spent millions of rupees in meetings and official gatherings but did nothing for Kashmir.
Now, in the present situation, a special government in Kashmir should be formed under the leadership of Mishaal Malik while other Kashmiris should be made part of it’s cabinet.