Chances For Kashmir Solution Fading Away: Mirwaiz30 March 2010
Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference Tuesday expressed concern over the ongoing stalemate in dialogue between India and Pakistan, underlining that the attempts to find solution to Kashmir imbroglio were fading. A spokesman of the amalgam told Press Bureau of India that a meeting of executive counsel was held under the chairmanship of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at party headquarters here this morning. He said the all the executive members participated the meeting including Professor Abdul Gani Bhat, Bilal Gani Lone, Moulana Masroor Ansari, Moulana Abdullah Tari, Musadiq Adil and Ghulam Nabi Nagoo. The meeting discussed threadbare the present political situation vis-a-vis Kashmir, he added. The amalgam felt that attempts to find solution of Kashmir by India and Pakistan were fading and as if it was getting suspended, the spokesman quoted Mirwaiz as saying. While expressing concern over the deadlock, Mirwaiz said that the resolution of Kashmir issue was in the interest of the people of the two countries. Besides the future of Kashmir is also linked to it, Mirwaiz added. Hurriyat Conference, he said, wants both countries to end the stalemate and restore the composite dialogue for perpetual peace in entire south Asia. The Hurriyat also sought the release of detained leaders inside and outside Kashmir. Instead of releasing these leaders including Shabir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai and hundreds of others, the administration was unjustifiably lingering their detention, he added. The meeting also urged international human rights bodies to use influence in releasing the detainees.