Sajad, Nayeem for resolution of K-issue
Srinagar, Dec 5: Chairman Peoples Conference Sajad Gani Lone has said it was imperative to make a distinction between the grievances and aspirations of Kashmiris.
“Aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir are a measure of the political sentiment and they cannot be passed off as grievances. Whereas grievances have micro parameters and could pertain to incompatibility with some aspect of the political system. Aspirations have macro parameters and pertain to incompatibility with the political system itself. The conflict here is a result of unfulfilled aspirations and not unfulfilled grievances,” he told the visiting delegation who called on him at his residence.
Sajad said that the relationship between New Delhi and Kashmir is dependent on the presence of Indian Army in Kashmir. “It is important for the Indian people to understand the reality of this military relationship and exert pressure on the Indian state to resolve the Kashmir conflict and strive for a solution which is not hostage to the presence of army but safeguarded by the people,” he told them.
Jammu Kashmir National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmed Khan on Sunday stressed for the political resolution of Kashmir issue. Interacting with the 11-member parliamentary-civil society delegation, which called him at his Baghat residence here, Nayeem stressed for the resolution of Kashmir according to the wishes and aspirations of the people.
He said that people were not averse to the dialogue, but involvement of all three parties was necessary for the fruitful talks. “The Government of India should make conducive atmosphere for the talks by releasing prisoners and revoking the draconian laws,” he told the visiting team.
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