Indo-Pak secretary level talks a good beginning: JKLF ( R)
Srinagar, June 25: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front ( R) chairman Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bita Karatey and senior vice-chairman Javid Ahmad Mir on Saturday described talks between foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan as a good beginning and an effort in right direction.
“However, the fact remains that Kashmir issue could neither be resolved through cosmetic measures nor in a hurried manner,” said the Front leaders while addressing a condolence meeting at Sopore in north Kashmir.
The Front general secretary Wajahat Qureshi and chief organizer Shaf’at Jan Shingloo were also present on occasion.
The Front leaders have also described a welcome development the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon’s offer for mediation to help India and Pakistan resolve Kashmir issue through talks. They clarified that the peace would continue to be a far fetched dream in the subcontinent until Kashmir issues was resolved in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of its people.
The Front delegation expressed sympathies with the party senior leader Husni Mubarak on the demise of his mother-in-law. The members offered special prayers for the deceased.
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