Mirwaiz asks India to accept Kashmir as dispute

In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has said that India should accept Kashmir as a dispute and initiate positive, serious and result-oriented talks for the resolution of the Kashmir dispute.

According to Kashmir Media Service, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, while addressing a big public meeting organised by the Bakia Aalia Idaria Auqaf Gousia at Saria Bala in Srinagar said, “India cannot suppress the ongoing peaceful struggle by giving a free hand to its forces to kill, commit human rights violations and use other methods of oppression”.

He cautioned India to desist from using indiscriminate force against
Kashmiris and asked it to acknowledge Kashmir as a dispute and initiate
positive, serious and meaning talks to resolve it.

Flaying Indian government and its authorities stand on Kashmir crisis,
Mirwaiz said, “India and its stooges in Jammu Kashmir are mistaken if they think killings, use of brute force, curfews, crackdowns and other human rights violations can be used to crush the freedom movement.”

“People have once again shown what they want. Therefore, these stooges and their Indian masters should mend their ways, accept the ground reality and take concrete steps to resolve Kashmir dispute peacefully,” he added.

Mirwaiz expressed satisfaction over the visit of various prominent
Personalities and civil society members of India to the Valley to assess the situation. “These civil society members and other personalities of various organizations are not only assessing the prevailing situation but are also supporting our peaceful struggle,” he maintained.

Mirwaiz, urged political parties of India to demonstrate road mindedness and visit Kashmir to have a direct feel of prevailing situation and peoples’ sentiment. “I appeal the political parties of India to shun narrow mindedness and prejudice and visit the valley to witness the reality of our just cause,” he added.

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