Hurriyat (M) Welcomes De-Escalation In Border Tension

KL Report

SRINAGAR

While welcoming the decision aimed at de-escalation in tension on borders, Hurriyat Conference (M) on Wednesday called upon India and Pakistan to start a result-oriented meaningful dialogue on Kashmir dispute between all the stake holders which includes genuine leadership of Kashmir as well.

This was remarked by the Hurriyat (M) executive council members at a meeting convened by its Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at party headquarters in Rajbagh.

According to Kashmir News Service, the executive council members said it has been the traditional stand of Hurriyat (M) to resolve Kashmir including other issues through peaceful negotiations and that Hurriyat was always ready to act as a facilitator in any such process.

Expressing concern over the continuous human rights violations in Kashmir, arbitrary arrests by police, killings of youth, the participants said that administration is suing every dirty method to dislodge people from demanding right to self determination. The participants said such tactics have failed on the past and would meet the same fate in future as well.

The executive council meeting was attended by executive council members including Prof. Ab. Gani Butt, Bilal Gani Lone, Agha Syed Hassan Al Moosvi, Musadiq Adil and Mukhtar Ahmad Waza.

Meanwhile head of Jammu Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKHCR) Syed Nazir Gilani had a detailed meeting with Hurriyat leaders whereby he threw light on the different facets of Kashmir dispute.

Gilani said UN and UNSC has to play important in connection with the solution of Kashmir issue.

Meanwhile head of public contact programme Zaffar Akber Bhat along with other leaders including Syed Bashir Andrabi, visited Alshipora, Nagbal, Turkawangam, Imam sahib of Shopian district.

The leaders paid  rich tributes to recently martyred Abbas Reshi Wani of Alshi pora( whose  one younger brother namely as Ishfaq Ahmed Wani and cousin Tawseef Ahmed   wagey have been detained for the last one year) that matchless sacrifices given  by people of Kashmir will not go waste.

The leaders said the people of Kashmir will safeguard the sacrifices and will take mission of martyr to its logical end politically.

While condemning the arrest of Zahoor Ahmed Bhat under PSA including two other youths, the leaders said that martyrdom and arrests will not weaken the ongoing freedom movement.

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