National Conference sees hope in Ban’s visit
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 26: Welcoming the statement of United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and his visit to India, National Conference (NC) General Secretary Advocate Sheikh Nazir Ahmad has said that his visit will help to restart the dialogue process between India and Pakistan and in resolving all outstanding issues between the two countries including Kashmir.
Quoting the party General Secretary, an NC spokesman said in a statement, “The entire National Conference leadership welcomes Ban Ki-moon’s visit to New Delhi because it reignites the hope that it will not only restart the dialogue process but also help strengthen the ties between the political leadership of both the countries.”
Sheikh Nazir said that it is the forte of United Nations to play a role of a mediator to bring principal parties of any dispute together and resolve it peacefully. “National Conference has always facilitated all such moves that bring the leadership of India and Pakistan on the negotiation table and resolve all disputes,” he said.
The General Secretary said that NC founder Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah has already given a roadmap to not only the people of J&K but also the leadership of both the countries to resolve Kashmir issue, adding that if the roadmap is implemented in true spirit, all the outstanding issues would get resolved peacefully.
“NC believes that Kashmir is a political issue and its resolution lies only through political means,” Sheikh Nazir said, reminding the UN Secretary General that NC has always supported and worked as a bridge between the two countries helping them to progress in the fields of trade, economy and political issues.
He also said that India and Pakistan have fought three wars and death and destruction was the only outcome. He informed the UN Secretary General that NC has always supported non-violent methods and Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah always believed in Ahimsa and because of that he spent years together in prison only to resolve Kashmir issue through non-violent means.
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