People in Muzaffarabad, Kotli, Chinari, Mirpur, Gilgit, Diamer and Neelum Valley towns claim that terror training camps have severely affected their life.
Protesters demanded that the government and security forces in Pakistan take immediate steps to destroy terror camps.
"Unless these terrorists are not wiped out completely from our soil, unless these terrorists are completely eliminated till the time these terrorists are provided with shelters in our homes till then the problem will not be resolved," said a protester.
Another leader warned: "If an end is not brought to no-go areas in Diamer, Gilgit, Baseen, then we will be forced to take the situation into our hands."
New Delhi says the strikes followed intel that terrorists in these areas were prepping for attacks in Indian cities.
Days ago, residents of Kotli in PoK protested on the streets alleging atrocities by the Pakistan army and the Inter Services Intelligence.
The US State Department recently expressed concern over human rights violations in PoK. "We do have concerns about the human rights situation there, have reported it for several years in our Human Rights Report, and we've obviously - are always urging all parties in Pakistan to work out their differences peaceably and through a valid political process," said spokesperson Mark Toner.
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