Where the Azad Kashmiri citizens have all the rights to buy land in Pakistan and move freely in all areas of Pakistan there the Pakistani citizens do not have the right to buy any property in Kashmir, in particular if they are non muslims. When the bishop of the Islamabad-Rawalpindi Diocese wanted to make a convent, a school with eventually a chapple, in Muzafarabad the Capital of Azad Kashmir, all the permission was refused and he was told that non-muslims are not allowed to own land and only the Kashmiri citizens can have their property.
Over an interview to a catholic priest working in the area we have been informed that there several christian soldiers of the Pakistani army who with their families follow the mass when possible. There are some protestant christian families living there. Exceptionally some families have the nationality but any further nationalization to non-muslims is refused.
It seems, accoridng some socio-political analysts, Pakistan wants to continue showing that in Azad Kashmir there are 100% muslims only and there are no non-muslims this way the relatively democratic government which has been created in this so called Azad Kashmir will remain only in the hands of some muslims who want the kashmiri territory under Pakistani governance and eventually it will become only an important province of the country.
The constitution of Azad Kashmir, available on the government website, reflects its relative foreign policy.