Interlocutors’ appointment futile exercise: TeH
Srinagar: Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir on Wednesday termed the appointment of interlocutors as ‘futile exercise.’
In a statement, Tehreek said the Kashmir issue could easily be resolved by giving its people the right of self-determination.
“Allowing the people of state to exercise their right of self-determination was the simplest and practical way to resolve Kashmir,” the party said, terming as ‘futile exercise’ the formation of teams of all parties, interlocutors, parliament members and civil societies. “Such exercises are but wastage of time and money and are likely to further complicate the issue,” he said.
Meanwhile, Democratic Political Movement acting chairman, Khawaja Firdous has also termed the appointment of interlocutors as ‘meaningless’.
“Appointment of teams of interlocutors are intended to gain time and mislead the international community,” said Firdous in a statement.
Meanwhile, Firdous has expressed concern over the continued detention and falling health of pro-freedom leaders and activists in different jails in and outside Valley, demanding their immediate release.
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