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Conditions will force India to shun obduracy on Kashmir: Democratic Political Movement

Srinagar, January 01, 2013 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the chairman of Democratic Political Movement (DPM), Firdous Ahmad Shah has hoped that 2013 will mark a considerable progress on the Kashmir dispute and that the internal conditions will force New Delhi to shun its obduracy.

Firdous Ahmad Shah in a statement said, “New Delhi’s stubbornness is the biggest impediment in resolving Kashmir issue and but it will be forced by the circumstances to shun it and bring the parties on board for talks to resolve it, adding that India has no alternative but to find a solution to this imbroglio.

He while expressing serious concern over the ongoing human rights violations and closure of the case by Indian authorities in occupied territory of prominent human rights activist Jaleel Andrabi urged world community to take notice of the situation of Kashmir.

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