Anwar For Including Kashmiris In Talks
8 February 2004
Islamabad: President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Mohammad Anwar Khan says there should not be any delaying tactics in the holding of negotiations between Pakistan and India for the solution of all contentious issues including the core issue of Jammu and Kashmir. He made these observations while talking to an Arab TV channel. The AJK president said it was essential that Kashmiris must be included in these negotiations as third party. He termed the address of President General Pervez Musharraf to the joint session of the Kashmir Council and the AJK Legislative Assembly the clear-cut stand of Pakistan government. Mr Khan said the Kashmiris wholeheartedly supported the efforts for the peaceful solution of the Kashmir issue because it was the best recourse available.