JKCC asks for unconditional talks on Kashmir dispute

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Islamabad

The Jammu and Kashmir Coordination Committee, an amalgam of trade and civil society organisations, has urged India to initiate unconditional, time-bound talks with Pakistan and Hurriyat leadership to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
Addressing a news conference in Srinagar, JKCC Spokesperson Mubeen Shah said: “India needs to show flexibility and hold unconditional dialogue with the stakeholders, KMS reported.
There should be no preconditions for dialogue.”Article 370 is a proof about the Kashmir being disputed, as India had approached the United Nations for Kashmir settlement in 1947. India had thought they would get result in their favour, therefore they kept the issue lingering,” Shah said, adding that “New Delhi must educate people of India about the reality of Kashmir dispute.”
He said the visit by Indian Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, would not yield any results unless promises made to Kashmiris were fulfilled.—KMS