No space for Extremism in the present world scenario: Prof Bhat

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Intensifying its activities, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference after Ashora Langate,Sunday conveyed a day long delegates session of district Srinagar at Shivpora under the chairmanship of party Chairman Prof. Abdul Gani Bhat.

During the session attended by leaders representing district Srinagar, delegates discussed party affairs and current global political situation vis-a-vis Kashmir issue.

Addressing delegate’s session, Prof. Bhat reaffirmed to continue its peaceful political fight till Kashmir gets resolved as per the whishes and aspirations of Kashmiri people for which they have given uncounted sacrifices.

The statement issued to KNS mentioned that Bhat said international political trends, global political cultural and economic priorities clearly depict that there is no space for extremism and constitute base for Dispensation, therefore eschewing extremism, we should fallow moderation for our birth right.

He said that we should also take into consideration of atomic ‘weaponization’ of India and Pakistan as well as the China’s marine strategy and political clout.

Bhat said that peace and stability can never happen in vacuum but has to happen on ground; therefore it will happen when lingering Kashmir issue gets resolved peacefully. He said that Muslim Conference as constituent of APHC supports dialogue and welcomes resumption of purposeful Talks between India-Pakistan at any stage, however maintained that for making them credible Kashmiri leadership must be included into talks which can yield only yield results.

He said atomic weaponization of India and Pakistan has involved whole South Asia and if Kashmir remains unsettled, it can prove disastrous for whole region so it is imperative for both the countries to take bold initiatives for the resolution of Kashmir issue.

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