Time ripe for implementing WGs recommendations: NC
Srinagar, Jan 30 National Conference today advocated early implementation of recommendations of working groups set up by Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh and improvement of ties between India and Pakistan for establishing peace in the state.
“The time is ripe for implementation of recommendations of the working groups on Kashmir especially the Justice Sagir (committee) report,” party General Secretary, Sheikh Nazir Ahmad said in a statement here.
He said Justice Sagir’s report on autonomy to the state was “appropriate and timely.” “Delaying the recommendations of the working groups is harmful,” he said.
Appealing India and Pakistan to resume the composite dialogue for resolution of all outstanding issues including Kashmir, he said, “The friendly relation between New Delhi and Islamabad is imperative for everlasting peace in the region and also holds the key to resolving Kashmir issue.”
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