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Mirpur Intermediate Board Exams Have Been Rescheduled

Because of the tense situation in Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK), the Mirpur. Intermediate and Secondary Education Board has decided to postpone the current Intermediate examinations. The board announced in a notification that the exam that was supposed to start on May 13 will now start on May 25. Protests against inflation have been going strong in AJK for the last two days.

Because of the tense situation in the AJK, the Mirpur Intermediate and. Secondary Education Board has decided to postpone the Intermediate examinations. An announcement states that the exams scheduled for May 13 will start on May 25. The latest development amid the unrest in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is the completion. Of negotiations between the administration and the Joint Action Committee.

Concerning X, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said he is “deeply. Concerned about the situation in AJK.” The prime minister continued, “Unfortunately. There are always some who rush in to score political points in situations of chaos and dissent.”

PM Shehbaz went on to say that he had spoken with the prime minister of. Azad Kashmir and gave his party’s leadership instructions. To speak with the action committee’s leaders. He asked all sides to use nonviolent methods to settle their differences.

In response to the violent protests. The government of AJK declared a public holiday throughout the region. The government announced in a notification. That all offices and educational institutions will be closed on Monday.

Positive results came from the negotiations. Which were led by Commissioner Poonch and Chief Secretary Azad Kashmir. The discussions, according to the sources. Focused on resolving the demands made by the action committee.

An agreement has been reached after lengthy discussions, which represents a turning. Point in the conflict between the demonstrators and the government.

An official familiar with the negotiations said. “The talks between Chief Secretary Azad Kashmir. Commissioner Poonch, and the Action Committee were fruitful. Paving the way for a resolution to the grievances.”

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