Resolution of K-issue imperative: Mir
Srinagar, Dec 15: The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front senior vice-chairman, Javid Ahmad Mir has said the resolution of Kashmir was imperative for abiding peace in the subcontinent.
“As Kashmir is a nuclear flash point between India and Pakistan, some nations have been offering India their role for mediation,” said Mir, according to Front statement, welcoming the recent remarks of Pakistan Prime Minister, Yousuf Raza Geelani in which he had described the issue as basis of his country’s foreign policy.
Condemning the arrest of Noor Muhammad Bhat, a lecturer of Gandhi Memorial College, Mir said such repressive measures would not help rulers muzzle the popular voice for freedom.
Reacting to the statement of BJP state president, Ashok Khajuria, the Front senior leader said the BJP stalwarts, A B Vajpayee and L K Advani, had “vowed in Islamabad, Pakistan, to resolve Kashmir issue in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of Kashmiris.” “Khajuria stands nowhere in stature before Vajpayee and Advani and his words carry no meaning,” he said.
Mir accused the National Conference of getting detained the innocent youth to continue in power.
Meanwhile, Mir has paid glowing tributes to Sofi Akbar and Me’raj-ud-Din Shagoo on their anniversaries.
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