The Pakistan government is reported to have set May 31 as the deadline for militant groups operating from Pakistan occupied Kashmir, to wind up their camps but the outfits have vowed to resist any crackdown against them. Though there is no official word from the Pakistan government on the deadline, highly placed sources in the ruling Muslim conference which headed the government in PoK said Pakistan government was “firm” in its resolve not to allow militant groups like Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad and other splinter groups to operate from PoK. “They have been told that they would not be allowed to operate,” they said. While some of the militant groups operated from PoK, capital Muzafarabad has been informing the media during the past few days that they were under pressure to wind up their camps, Pakistan news agency SANA reported on Friday that militants outfits have been ordered to shut their camps by Saturday. The report also said the militant groups vowed not to follow the orders. Full Story
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