June 2003 News

JKLF Exercise To Know Kashmiris Stand On Peace Moves

5 June 2003
News Network International

Srinagar: Stating it would support any initiative aimed at resolving Kashmir issue, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has announced it would launch an exercise next week to know the role Kashmiris, being the basic party, want to play in the ongoing peace moves between India and Pakistan. 'To solve the important issue of what role Kashmiris are looking for themselves in the present peace initiative, JKLF has decided to initiate an exercise to know the wishes and aspirations of the people of the state,' a statement issued by the JKLF said. This was decided in a high level meeting of the JKLF held here under the chair of Mohammad Yaseen Malik. The campaign would commence from Islamabad district of South Kashmir on June 11 and the future course of action would be announced at the end of the campaign, Greater Kashmir reported. Speaking o the occasion, JKLF Chairman Mohammad Yaseen Malik said his organisation would support any initiative aimed at resolving the Kashmir issue and restoration of everlasting peace in the state. But he insisted that the solution to the issue should be as per the wishes and aspirations of the people of the state. People of the state were yearning for solution of Kashmir issue and a guarantee for peace. It is necessary that the solution to the issue is as per their wishes and aspirations.

 

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