India Not Serious In Resolving Kashmir Issue: Salahuddin
4 January 2006
The News International
Muzaffarabad: The chief of United Jihad Council (UJC), Syed Salahuddin, has said that the Indian government was only buying time and was not serious in resolving the lingering Kashmir issue. In an interview, he said the Indian government was adopting a rigid stand towards the Kashmir issue and was not ready to shun it. He told a meeting of the UJC that India was pursuing its rigid stand on Kashmir and by taking advantage of the CBMs taken by Pakistan was trying to sabotage the ongoing freedom movement. He vowed that the ongoing movement would be taken to its logical conclusion irrespective of all the hiccups and shortcomings.