Kashmiris’ inclusion in Pak-India dialogue stressed

ISLAMABAD: Hurriyet leaders Mohammad Yousuf Naqash, Hakeem Abdul Rashid, Syed Bashir Andrabi and Bilal Sidique have stressed Kashmiris’ inclusion in talks between the national security advisers of Pakistan and India.

According to Kashmir Media Service, they said it is a conspiracy,unprincipled, unrealistic and egoistic policy of India to avoid Kashmiri representation during the dialogue between two neighboring countries.

The Hurriyet leaders demanded honorable settlement of lingering Kashmir dispute in accordance with the aspirations of the people in the spirit of Kashmir specific resolutions is equally in the best interest of India. “Keeping Kashmir unsettled will have dangerous repercussions. For result-oriented dialogue on Kashmir it has to be tripartite in nature”, they maintained.

They further said separate colonies for retired forces personnel of India in occupied Kashmir was never acceptable to Kashmiris and would be resisted the nefarious move of Delhi aimed at changing the demography and population ratio of dominant Muslim majority of Kashmir. These and such conspiracies are hatched by India with its local stooges to strengthen the illegal and forced subjugation on the territory, they deplored.