March 2003 News

Lord Nazir optimistic about Qayyums parlays with Jethmilani

19 March 2003
News Network International

ISLAMABAD: Member of British Parliament, Lord Nazir Ahmed has observed the next round of talks between Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan and the Chairman of the Kashmir Committee of India, Ram Jethmilani will prove to be more helpful. Lord Nazir told 'The World Today' 'I think that there is a need for the talks to start, although they are at very initial stage. 'I can not discuss the content of this discussion, although I think that the next round will prove to be more informative.' Kashmir dispute, he said, was the root-cause of the current perilous course in South Asia and its instantaneous solution, in line with the UN resolutions was indispensable to avert the discernible risks to the global peace. He said that with this frame of mind, he has recently undertaken a hectic visit to every nook n' corner of Europe to tell to the intellectual around the world the magnitude of complexities which could surface due to any impediment in the solution of the Kashmir dispute. 'I can not discuss the content of this discussion, although I think that the next round will prove to be more informative' was the dazzling diplomatic reply of the Lord, when asked to elaborate a few tips vis--vis this unanticipated elucidation, hallmarked by a dialogue-where he [the Lord] was also present. By going through the bona fide essence of his interview, prima facie, it seems that the Lord visualizes an evocative n' meaningful effectiveness of such a course-which could in all probability prove to be a prelude to the eventual settlement of the longed dispute. Lord Nazir, an erudite authority on the Kashmir dispute, who has played a fantastic alluring role in galvanizing support from a hefty members of the both Houses of the British Parliament in favour of Kashmiris legitimate right of self- determination had made frequent voyages to Pakistan over the past two months perceptibly with a zest to acquaint himself with the update mind-set of Kashmiri leaders on this side of the Line of Control [LoC]. Nonetheless, he vowed to give a respond about Qayyum-Milani talks at an apposite time as what he said 'my apology for not answering your questions, because I am extremely busy with the Iraq crises'. Significantly, Lord Nazir known as the mother of democracy appeared clear-cut in his perception that Kashmir dispute was the root-cause of the current perilous course in South Asia and its instantaneous solution, in line with the UN resolutions was indispensable to avert the discernible risks to the global peace. With this frame of mind, he has recently undertaken a hectic visit to every nook and corner of Europe via a peace-journey to tell to the intellectual around the world the magnitude of complexities which could surface due to any impediment in the solution of the Kashmir dispute, reflecting the aspirations of the millions of gallant souls of the Himalayan State of Jammu and Kashmir a part of which is being illicitly and illegitimately being held by India which has turned the fascinating State into a 'Horror in Paradise' due to New Delhi's antagonistic n' belligerent impend.

 

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