Interlocutors dividing Kashmiris: Hurriyat (M)
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 28: Hurriyat (M) on Thursday alleged that the interlocutors appointed by the Government of India were creating divisions among Kashmiris.
In a statement, after its executive meet, the amalgam accused interlocutors of trying to divide Kashmiris on Maslaki and sectarian lines to give an impression that the majority of people were not supporting the freedom movement.
“This type of thinking is partial, unrealistic and unacceptable. Instead of settling the issue, these people are trying to further complicate it. The status of New Delhi’s nominated interlocutors is that of a committee which could as result of talks only formulate recommendations, but is not authorized to take decisions. Besides, from political point of view any process of talks which does not prove result-oriented at the end is but sheer wastage of time. This is why the Hurriyat had clarified that it would not talk to interlocutors,” it said.
The executive members said if Government of India was really serious to resolve Kashmir, it should implement the proposals put forth by the amalgam.
Hurriyat reiterated its constitutional stand that Kashmir issue could be better resolved through meaningful and result-oriented talks between India, Pakistan and real representatives of Kashmiris.
Meanwhile, the executive council also discussed the letter of reply of the president of its constituent, Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen and clarified that the decision taken vis-à-vis the party was the result of mutual consensus.
“And in future also the decision on this issue will be taken collectively. After deliberating upon the contents of letter of reply, the members decided to discuss it further in its next executive council meeting,” it said.
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