Srinagar, November 28, 2016 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, senior Hurriyet leader, Professor Abdul Ghani Butt has said that the dispute over Kashmir is as simple as it is complex.
Professor Abdul Ghani Butt in a media interview in Srinagar said that unresolved Kashmir dispute was a danger to the stability of not only the South Asian region but the other countries around the region as well.
He said, “I see it is a huge problem, much bigger than the entire south Asia; therefore, I see Kashmir as a dispute which needs to be taken seriously for the larger interest of people and stability in the region. India and Pakistan have to talk and resolve this dispute. They have to resolve it in any case. If they don’t do it, it will lead to a disaster.”
He said no alternative available with either Pakistan or India other than talks, adding dialogue is more important than those threats they time and again unleash against each other. He said, “We should understand that without dialogue nothing can happen. India and Pakistan came into existence in 1947 and since then these two countries fought many wars on Kashmir.”
Professor Abdul Ghani Butt said: “In politics, we have to learn and proceed with strategies. Till we don’t work out on scientifically objective strategy to deal with the situation, we will land nowhere. If you just choose to live with the roar of slogans, you are not going to reach anywhere.”
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