Strong Indo-Pak ties must for peace: JI
Kulgam, May 6: Jamaat-e-Islami, on Sunday said strong Indo-Pak ties were the prerequisite for the revival of peace in entire south Asia.
“The world bodies should come forward to facilitate the peace initiatives between two countries. And the resolution of Kashmir issue should be the prime concern of the peace process,” Ameer Jamaat, Sheikh Muhammad Hassan told reporters on the sidelines of a day long conference at Darul Amaan, Chatabal here.
“The long pending Kashmir issue can be solved through the UN resolution and the tripartite dialogue,” he said.
He rejected the allegations that Jamaat was instrumental in dividing erstwhile Hurriyat Conference: “Every group has its own way and policies to deal with the situation. Our ideologies may differ but our aim is to work for the durable solution of the Kashmir issue,” he added.
“The cooperation between both the factions of the Hurriyat Conference is need of the hour,” he added.
He said militants played an important role to highlight Kashmir issue but he was quick to add that the Jamaat-e-Islam was not involved in any militant or underground activity in the Valley.
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