I don't think anybody in the world can or should doubt the presence of public protest and agitation in AJK. Countless examples feature on this blog and one could quite easily find at least one example for each day of the year, if they so decided:
Kashmiri Traders Stage Protest against ban LOC Trade by India. Traders march toward #UNMOGIP in Muzaffarabad the Capital of Pakistan Administered Azad Jammu Kashmir, traders demand restore intra Kashmir Trade between divided part of JK State @UN @UNGeneva @CRbuildpeace pic.twitter.com/fCnag42B3P— Amiruddin Mughal (@MughalAmiruddin) April 29, 2019
We could extend the theme above and cite historical tradition that even predates 19th century Chicago:
.....World’s first organised labour agitation took place in Kashmir on April 29, 1865, almost 21 years before the Haymarket Affair in Chicago that took place on Tuesday, May 4, 1886, at Haymarket Square in Chicago. pic.twitter.com/H6huDGdNjh— Kashmir Facts (@kashmir_facts) April 29, 2019
Our people can do political satire too!