February 2008 News

Pak Stability To Give Impetus To Indo-Pak Peace Process

29 February 2008

Srinagar: The pro-Indian Kashmiri leader and transport minister of Kashmir, Hakim Mohammad Yasin has said that stability and establishment of democratically elected government in Pakistan will give impetus to India-Pakistan peace process. In a statement in Srinagar, the pro-India Kashmiri leader said that stable Pakistan was must for the peace, prosperous and development of the sub- continent. He expressed satisfaction over the recently held elections in Pakistan and said that the democratic government would help to create better ties between the two countries and also strengthen the existing Confidence Building Measures (CBM) initiated to bring thaw in the relations of India and Pakistan. He stressed on starting trade and truck service on the Srinagar- Muzaffarabad road, which he said would also strengthen the CBMs besides boosting economy of the state. He hoped that the two neighbouring countries would continue the dialogue process in future as dialogue was only method to address the problems and strive for resolution. The pro-India Kashmiri leader called upon Indian leaders to review the cases of those detainees sympathetically, who were not involved in the serious crimes and help their release as early as possible.

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