Reasons are aplenty. It could be diplomatic failure of civil government or losing its long-cherished dream of #KashmirBanegaPakistan or failure of
Pakistan Army’s strategically important “Mission Kashmir”? Also, it could be losing its face to many Kashmiris who perhaps expected much more from the Pakistani government. However, these reasons may not be responsible to send the country’s
leadership on a warmongering frenzy. So, what could?
Beside bifurcation of J&K, another reason, which is being talked about is the Pakistan
occupied Kashmir (PoK) and in all probability it could the only reason as to why Pakistan is rattled about. Defence Minister of India Rajnath Singh has said that any future talks with Pakistan would not be on Kashmir but will be on POK and Vice President of
India Mr Venkaiah Naidu opines that Pakistan Occupied Kashmir must be taken back. Even India’s External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar has pointed out that POK is very much an integral part of India and India expects to have physical jurisdiction over
it one day. So, for Pakistan it is not how to save Kashmir but it is how to save PoK.