Condolence meetings held for APHC leader Musaddiq Aadil


In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, senior APHC leader Professor Abdul Ghani Butt has called upon India and Pakistan to find out a negotiated settlement of the Kashmir dispute to avert a big nuclear catastrophe in the South Asian region.

He said this while addressing a condolence meeting, today, held in memory of the Hurriyat leader Muhammad Musaddiq Aadil who passed away in Sopore town on Monday.

Professor Butt said now the world is changing for good which is eminent and in this changing scenario disputes shall be resolved through dialogue and the Kashmir dispute holds a most dangerous position as world’s three atomic powers are directly involved in this dispute. Therefore, he added, the best way forward is to start a dialogue process as early as possible between Pakistan and India to settle this dispute, once and for all.

Several APHC leaders including Farooq Tawheedi, Shabir Ahmad Dar, Mukhtar Sofi, Yasin Attai, Maulvi Ghulam Hassan Mir, Farooq Mamoosi, Bashir Ahmad Totta and Imtiaz Reshi attended the condolence meeting.—KMS


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