Kashmir dispute needs to be resolved through dialogue: Butt



In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, APHC leader Prof Abdul Ghani Butt has said that Kashmir dispute needs to be resolved in a specific time through a sustained dialogue process in a civilised way.

According to Kashmir Media Service, Prof Abdul Ghani Butt was addressing the mourning meeting at the residence of veteran freedom fighter Gulam Nabi Darzi at Sopore in Baramulla over the death of his elder sister.

He said Kashmiris do not need to worry as it is a transition period even the whole world is in a transition period. He said “We seek peace for the benefit of our region, particularly in the sub continent between Pakistan and India and the people of this region deserve the peace but it cannot be achieved in a vacuum and in the presence of conflicts so the conflicts need to be addressed and ultimately resolved.”

He said three atomic powers are directly involved in the dispute which makes it world’s most dangerous place so a dialogue process should be initiated between Pakistan, India and the genuine leadership of Kashmir to settle the lingering dispute.—KMS


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