Path to peaceful Pak-India ties passes through Kashmir: Moosvi

ISLAMABAD: Senior Hurriyet leader Agha Syed Hassan Al- Moosvi while expressing regret over cancellation of talks between Pakistan  and India has termed the Indian attitude as disappointing.

Agha Hassan addressing a party meeting in Srinagar in occupied Kashmir said that India showed non-seriousness towards talks by putting conditions.

He said that India was pursuing the policy of creating hurdles in resolution of issues with Pakistan, particularly the Kashmir dispute, Kashmir Media Service reported.

He said that path to peaceful Pak-India relations passes through Jammu and Kashmir and excluding Kashmir and its genuine representatives in talks would be a mockery of dialogue process.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza during his mass contact programme in Kohrbel Satranj Maidan and other areas expressed hope that the Kashmiris’ sacrifices would yield result, one day.

Source: APP