Hurriyat calls for resumption of dialogue process

Srinagar: Moderate Hurriyat Conference Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today called upon the leadership of India and Pakistan to observe restraint and resume the stalled dialogue process for resolution of all issues including Kashmir.

“The leadership of India and Pakistan need to observe restraint on borders and Line of Control as common people have borne the brunt of hostilities between the two countries,” Mirwaiz said in a statement here.

Mirwaiz said the need of the hour was that “India and Pakistan restart the stalled dialogue process and involve the leadership of Kashmir also in order to find an amicable solution to the Kashmir dispute.”

Mirwaiz expressed regret over the loss of life and property on the both sides of Line of Control.

Describing the Kashmir issue as the major cause of tension between the two nuclear armed neighbours, the Hurriyat chairman said the “instability and mistrust between the two countries cannot be addressed untill this issue is resolved.”

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