July 2004 News

Peace impossible without Kashmir solution: Sikandar

16 July 2004
News Network International

Muzaffarabad: AJK Prime Minister, Sardar Sikandar Hayat has said that the world community has observed that peace could not be maintained in the sub- continent without resolution of Kashmir dispute.   He was talking with the Executive Director, Ali Shah, Kashmir Scandinavian Council here in his Chamber on Friday.   The AJK Prime Minister said that the Kashmiri people settled abroad are ambassadors at large of freedom struggle and their efforts have created atmosphere of self- determination of Kashmiri people.   He said that Kashmiris' self- determination has been approved by the Security Council and in this sense the world community should force India to give the right of self-determination to Kashmiris.   'India could not deny the birth freedom right of Kashmiri people by force because the Kashmiri people are brave freedom fighter,' he added.   The AJK Prime Minister also suggested to Scandinavian countries to help resolve the longstanding dispute.  

 

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