Pak has realized violence is detestable: Soz
Lar (Ganderbal ), Apr 29: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Chief Professor Saifuddin Soz on Sunday said that Pakistan had finally realized that violence is detestable and it is in Pakistan’s interest to live in an atmosphere of friendliness with India.
"Certain heart-warming situations are in the offing in the sub continent as Pakistan has finally realized that violence is detestable," he said while addressing a gathering here in north Kashmir on the occasion of 22nd death anniversary of the former National Conference leader and ex-cabinet minister, late Sheikh Abdul Jabbar.
"Pakistan has also realized that it is in its interest to live in an atmosphere of understanding and friendliness with India," he said.
"A series of CBMs including relaxation in visa regime are in the pipeline," he said.
Soz hoped travel and trade along Srinagar–Muzaffarabad Road would become brisk and facilities like telecommunication and banking would be available in due course of time.
"The mission of late Sheikh Jabbar needs be followed in letter and spirit, he was a visionary man with mission to ameliorate common masses irrespective of their party or religious affiliations,” Soz said.
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