People of Gilgit-Baltistan up in arms against Pakistan: Maryam Nawaz slams 'fake PM' Imran Khan Niazi

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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz on Thursday said that the "fake prime minister" (Imran Khan) does not realise "how people are struggling due to inflation", The News International reported.
"The fake prime minister [Imran Khan] announced to make GB a province. You may be a fake premier but you are still a premier. You don't realise how people are struggling due to inflation," Maryam Nawaz said at a public rally in Skardu.
She said that Khan had earlier promised 10 million jobs to the youth of Skardu but the promise remains unfulfilled. She said, "You promised 'tabdeeli' [change] in nine days. Your promises are fake."
At the rally, the PML-N leader urged the people in Gilgit-Baltistan not to vote for leaders who change their loyalties, The News International reported.
She said, "Promise me you will not vote for those who change their loyalties. Those who backstab their party do not deserve your votes."
Meanwhile, the people across Gilgit-Baltistan are up in arms against Imran Niazi's decision of integrating the illegally occupied region with Pakistan. The Pak Prime Minister recently announced that the region will become a provisional province of Pakistan. The declaration had drawn massive condemnation.
Massive protests have been taking place in Gilgit-Baltistan against the atrocities by Pakistan Army and government. Last month, videos went viral on social media, in which people of Gilgit-Baltistan raised slogans of - Ye jo dehshatgardi hain, uske peechhe vardi hain (Administration/ uniform is behind the violation). Thousands of people took to streets in protest against the Islamabad.