APHC wants all inclusive, meaningful dialogue on Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: The All Parties Hurriyet Conference, while welcoming the decision aimed at de-escalation in tension on borders between Pakistan and India, has called upon the two neighboring countries to start an all inclusive and result-oriented dialogue to resolve the long-pending Kashmir dispute.

The demand was made at the APHC Executive Council meeting convened by its Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at Rajbagh in Srinagar, KMS reported.

The members reiterated the traditional stand of Hurriyet to resolve the Kashmir dispute through dialogue between all the three stakeholders including Pakistan, India and the genuine leadership of the Kashmiri people.

The APHC said that it was ready to act as a facilitator in any such process.

Expressing concern over the continued human rights violations in occupied Kashmir, arbitrary arrests by police, killings of youth, meeting deplored that the regime was suing every dirty method to dislodge people from demanding right of self-determination.

The members said that such tactics had failed in the past and would meet the same fate in future as well.

Besides Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, the meeting was attended by Prof. Abdul Ghani Butt, Agha Syed Hassan Al Moosvi, Musaddiq Aadil, Bilal Ghani Lone and Mukhtar Ahmad Waza.