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India Tv Poll: Has the time come when PoK should be included in India?

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India Tv Poll: Has the time come when PoK should be included in India?

India TV Poll Results.- India TV Hindi

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India TV poll results.

New Delhi: The Central Government has recently made another major change regarding Jammu and Kashmir. After Union Home Minister Amit Shah presented two bills in the Parliament, the politics regarding Jammu and Kashmir has once again become heated. In fact, in the bill introduced by Home Minister Amit Shah, the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly has been delimited afresh. PoK has also been included under this new delimitation. Under this, provision of 24 seats was made for PoK. In such a situation, the question arises whether the time has come when PoK should be included in India? Regarding this, India TV took the pulse of the public on this question through its poll, on which shocking answers were received.

What was the question?

In our poll we had asked the public, ‘Has the time come when PoK should be included in India?’ For this, we had given three options to the public – ‘Yes’, ‘No’ and ‘Can’t say’. The public participated enthusiastically in this poll. We got a chance to know the opinion of a total of 17166 people. Most of the people in this poll said that yes, this is the time when PoK should be included in India.

How was the result of the poll in statistics?
Talking about the figures, a total of 17166 people took part in this voting. Most of them, i.e. 88 percent, believed that PoK should be included in India. At the same time, about 8 percent people believed that now is not the right time to include PoK in India. India needs to wait longer for this. Whereas 4 percent people chose the option of ‘cannot say’.

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