Resolution of Kashmir issue on PDP’s agenda: Mufti
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Srinagar, Mar 10: Reiterating his call for resolution of the Kashmir issue through dialogue and discussion, Peoples Democratic Party patron Mufti Muhammad Sayeed has said his party has a clear agenda for achieving this goal.
“We will fight for our rights in every forum employing all democratic means as we feel we are right in demanding what we do for resolution of the problem,” he said, adding that no body would concede our rights on a platter.
Addressing a day long meeting of party leaders, legislators and office bearers here today, he said his party would use its energies within the democratic space of the country to fight for the rights of the state as have been enshrined in the Self Rule document.
Referring to the feeling of unease and dissatisfaction among the people which manifests itself on the streets, Mufti cautioned against attempts to trivialize it by attributing it to the unidentified ‘vested interest’.
“I don’t know to what extent the government accusations of money playing a role in street protests are valid but no one can deny that peoples problems have only aggravated during the last one year” he said.
He said there was a need to revive the post 2002 election spirit that witnessed an unprecedented change in the situation as a result of the multipronged strategy adopted by the then coalition government.
The Party president Mehbooba Mufti addressing the meeting said the party cadre throughout the state had exhibited a great degree of commitment to the agenda of the party.
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