Indo-Pak cultural exchange to bring peace: Bhushan Bazaz
Srinagar, June 24: The trust between India and Pakistan could only come from a cultural exchange and not from political establishment, Chief of the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Forum (JKDF) Bhushan Bazaz said on Sunday.
A statement issued here said Bazaz participated in a seminar on Kashmir issue at 8th joint convention of Pakistan and India’s Peoples Forum at New Delhi, asserting that there is need for a serious dialogue between India and Pakistan which is going to come from the cultural level where People to People contact is very important.
“Both the countries are not going to trust each other until and unless there is cultural interaction between them,” he said.
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