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Pakistan and India blame each other for scuttling talks
10/21/2018 10:54:14 PM
Those who support Pakistan invariably berate India for not resolving the Kashmir issue through talks. And among those that support Pakistan's view is the Chairman of the United Jehad Council, Syed Salahuddin who has issued a threat to India with call for Pakistan to raise the Kashmir issue and other human rights violations in Kashmir at the international fora the United Jehad Council (UJC) has said the 71-year-long history has proved that India was neither willing for the peaceful resolution of Kashmir nor would be willing in future. And of late India has repeated its demand for end of export of terror to facilitate opening of channels of dialogue. Recently India had agreed to allow the Indian foreign Minister to meet her Pakistani counterpart but the proposed talks were cancel, led after three policemen were killed in Kashmir and Pakistan issued stampo in honour of Burhan Wani which was treated by India as glorification of a top militant.
The, UJC spokesman, Syed Sadaqat Hussain quoted outfit's chief Syed Salah-ud-din as saying that "nation has come to the conclusion that only resistance will help them to achieve their goal. "Addressing a high-level meeting of UJC, Salah-ud-Din said "the peaceful struggle till 1990 was suppressed therefore indicating that there is no peaceful way to seek resolution of Kashmir issue. People irrespective of their age are satisfied now that the armed struggle is an only option to end the slavery in Kashmir. This was the reason that youth like Burhan Wani, intellectuals and other high qualified youth preferred to choose this way." "The slain militants including Dr Manan Wani, Professor Muhammad Rafi Bhat, Muhammad Maqbool Bhat, Ishfaq Majeed Wani, Ali Muhammad Dar, Masood Tantray and Shamsul Haq and various others lead the struggle not only with weapons but also used their pen to highlight the struggle," he said.
Well if India has posed simple questions to Pakistan and this question was simple to the extent that New Delhi had demanded Islamabad to stop export of terror and stop also ingress of militants and action against terror infrastructure. This was a simple question which Pakistan has not implemented and hence there is no scope for bilateral dialogue. This way Pakistan is to be blamed for scuttling the talks that could have settled the Kashmir issue and restore peace in the region. And Syed Salahuddin has called for the qualified youth and other intellectuals to defeat the Indian tactics. He has urged Pakistan government to highlight the Kashmir issue and human rights violation in Kashmir at international level and push the world community to take practical steps in this regard. And Syed Salahuddin wishes to forget the role of Pakistan in exporting terror to Kashmir.
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