Pakistan fears strike from India? Army Chief asks PoK Health Minister to reserve 50% beds for soldiers

In wake of the tensions between India and China, the Pakistani Army seems to be wary of an onslaught against its forces in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, a haven for terror launchpads used to carry out strikes in the Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of the country.

A concerned Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa earlier this month wrote to the Health Minister of PoK, demanding 50 per cent reservation for soldiers in hospitals there.

“Please ensure 50% beds are kept reserved for Pakistan Army in all the hospitals in Azad Jammu & Kashmir all the time and maintain an adequate stock of blood in blood banks for emergency situation,” the Pakistan Chief of Army Staff wrote in his letter to Dr Muhammad Najeeb Naqi Khan, the Minister of Health of for PoK.

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