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Pak-India hostilities to persist till Kashmir settlement

New Delhi, January 10, 2013 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has said that incidents of hostilities between Pakistan and India will continue to occur resulting in human losses unless the Kashmir dispute is addressed in accordance with the aspirations of the Kashmiris. Syed Ali Gilani in a media interview in New Delhi maintained that at a time when the world was treading the path of development and prosperity at a fast speed, the two countries were in a state of war because of Kashmir.

He cautioned that since both the countries were possessing nuclear weapons, the consequences of such a war would be disastrous for the whole region and the very survival of the two nations.

The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in a media interview and the forum led by the veteran leader at its executive council meeting in Srinagar expressed the resolve to resist tooth and nail the Indian move aimed at granting Permanent Resident Certificates to non-resident refugees.

They termed the puppet Revenue Minister, Raman Bhalla’s announcement that the regime would legislate to grant Permanent Resident Certificates to the refugees as a conspiracy to undermine the Muslim majority character of Jammu and Kashmir.

Senior APHC leader, Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a media interview in Jammu said that political settlement of the Kashmir dispute could pave the way for creation of an atmosphere of peace and friendship in the region.

APHC leaders Musaddiq Adil and Zafar Akbar Butt during their mass contact programmes at Dengi Wach in Baramullah and Narbal in Badgam called for resolution of the Kashmir dispute through tripartite talks. At least, a dozen people were injured when Indian police resorted to brute force on a peaceful demonstration protesting against the anti-people policies of puppet regime at Kralpora in Kupwara.

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