Come Clear On Kashmir Issue: NC To PDP

KL Report

Srinagar

The National Conference Wednesday asked the PDP to come clear as to whether the Kashmir issue is a bilateral issue between India & Pakistan or a multilateral issue for the UN to get involved while reiterating the stand that Kashmir issue has to be resolved bilaterally.

“We know this from the very beginning. If Kashmir issue is to be resolved, then it will be between India and Pakistan. We have consistently maintained that it is a bilateral issue and it should be solved bilaterally keeping in mind the sentiments and aspiration of the people of both sides of J&K,” National Conference Spokesman Tanvir Sadiq said in a statement adding “It is amusing to see a hateful statement from opposition. It is a very well known fact that PDP and their leaders are famous for their intrigue, dirty machinations”.

“They should come clean on their position, they are proving to be the worst example of running with the hare and hunting with the hound,” he added.

“UNMOGIP observers have been stationed at the ceasefire line between India and Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir since 1949 to supervise the ceasefire between the two neighbours. They have no mandate in the resolution of the Kashmir issue” said Tanvir.

“Since their mandate came in to existence India has faced aggression from the neighbor in the 60’s, 70’s, in Kargil and for more than 2 decades with infiltration and militancy and UNMOGIP could not do anything about it,” he added.

“The ceasefire along the line of control has been the result of bilateral efforts and not as a result of UNMOGIP,” Tanvir said adding “We have consistently maintained that the Kashmir issue has to be resolved bilaterally between the two countries keeping in mind the sentiments and aspirations of the people of both sides of J&K”.

“We understand that some people would confuse the withdrawal of the UNMOGIP with the ultimate resolution of the problem of Jammu and Kashmir, but the UNMOGIP was placed here because of the tensions along the LoC and not because of the partition of India and Pakistan.”

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