Resolve Kashmir Issue forthwith: NC to India, Pak
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Kulgam, July 8: While welcoming the Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary Level talks, the National Conference today said a sense of urgency was needed to resolve Kashmir issue.
In a party convention held at Chawalgam Kulgam in south Kashmir which was attended by Minister for Social Welfare Sakina Itoo, Member Parliament Mehboob Beg, Provincial President Ali Muhammad Dar and NC Spokesman Tanvir Sadiq, the leaders reiterated that the party always has been a bridge between the neighboring countries adding that a its time to address the political solution to the Kashmir issue with a sense of urgency.
Addressing the party workers Sakina Itoo, said that Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is striving to ensure that a political solution is found to address the aspiration of the people of the state.
“The day is not far when our aspirations will be fulfilled and autonomy will be restored” said Sakina
Lauding the efforts of the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah she said the government will ensure that south Kashmir is developed and Kulgam will also be given special importance. Sakina said that the party had always worked for rights of common people and the people must also remember the sacrifices of NC leadership and must support the party.
In his address Dr Mehboob Beig said that New Delhi and Islamabad must include both mainstream and separatists groups in the dialogue process.
NC has always stressed upon New Delhi and Islamabad that all groups irrespective of their political ideology should be involved in the process of dialogue this will help in getting a broader consensus to address the issue of Kashmir.
Dr Beg said no one can guarantee of permanent peace and normalcy in the state unless all parties are involved. “It is for larger interests for both neighboring countries to continue the dialogue but it should yield some result,” he said.
Provincial president Ali Muhammad Dar in his speech said that Right to Information Act, and accountability commission are the real weapons provided by state government to common people to fight against menace of corruption. He said that people must also remain vigilant about the policies of opposition parties who always try to weaken NC.
NC spokesman Tanvir Sadiq, in his speech assured the gathering that Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is committed to resolve all the problems of the people, particularly the problem of unemployment on priority bases.
Lashing out at PDP, NC Spokesman said that they have only played with the sentiments of the people and are still using the youth as fodder for their narrow political gains.
Tanvir added that active participation of youths in major political activities is a welcome step and the youth should come forward and take charge. Tanvir said Omar Abdullah is keen to encourage the youth to shape their destiny and young men and woman should come forward and help to rebuild the state.
Later a Fatiha Khani Majlis was organized at the graveyard of Ghulam Nabi Dar (Ex-MLA) in Kulgam on his sixth death anniversary, who was killed on July 8, 2006. The party leaders highlighted the contributions of Dar and called him a honest and sincere social worker The party leaders paid glowing tributes to him
The other leaders who were present on the occasion include, Sabdar Ali Beg and Imran Nabi son of the late MLA.
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