Kashmir not a territorial dispute: Zaffar
Srinagar: Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement chairman Zaffar Akbar Bhat on Saturday said Kashmir was not territorial dispute between India and Pakistan but political issue to which Kashmiris were the cardinal party.
“Kashmir issue can’t be resolved bilaterally between India and Pakistan but it has to be got resolved by providing Kashmiris an opportunity to decide their political future through a free, fair and just plebiscite. For the world community and Indian leadership have made a promise to the Kashmiris that would be given an opportunity to exercise their right of self-determination to decide their future through plebiscite,” said Zaffar while addressing public gatherings at Kralateng, Noorabad, Iqbal Nagar and other areas in Sopore town as a part of his contact people campaign.
Zaffar also addressed a condolence meeting at the residence of Shaheed Tameer Ahmad Khuroo alias Junaid-ul-Islam. He paid glowing tributes to all the martyrs reiterating his pledge to take their mission to its logical end.
Meanwhile, Zaffar has sought intervention of international community and international human rights organizations in the release of all Kashmiri detainees serving detention various jails in and outside Kashmir.
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