Hurriyat (M) to consult civil society before Pakistan visit
Srinagar, Nov 6: Hurriyat Conference (M) on Tuesday said the amalgam has decided to consult different sections of society for getting their inputs in order to represent the emotions and sentiments of Kashmiris during the forthcoming Pakistan visit of its delegation.
“To make the talks with Pakistan meaningful and result oriented, the APHC would talk with different shades of prudent people including traders, intellectuals, lawyers, civil society and several more belonging to different parts of society,” said the Hurriyat (M) spokesperson in a statement issued here.
The decision was taken at a meeting of Hurriyat executive members held here today with its chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in chair.
The meeting was attended by Agha Syed Hassan Al Mosvi, Bilal Gani Lone, Moulana Masroor Abbas Ansari, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Moulana Abdullah Tari, Musadiq Adil and Abdul Rashid Untoo.
During the meeting, detailed discussions were held on the ongoing situation in Kashmir and about the forthcoming Hurriyat delegation visit to Pakistan.
“At the time when the political scenario of the world is changing and in the context of the improving Indo-Pak relations, the Hurriyat delegation visit would provide a chance to discuss solution of Kashmir in detail with Pakistan. The delegation would represent the emotions and aspirations of Kashmiris before Pakistan,” the spokesman said, adding that during the visit the delegation would keep Kashmiris’ stand and viewpoint paramount.
Paying glorious tributes to the martyrs of Jammu in 1947, the participants said the people of Jammu region have offered tremendous sacrifices for the ongoing movement.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat (M) has strongly condemned the arrest of Peoples’ Movement chairman Ghulam Ahmad Mir.
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