Seminar on Kashmir held at Jaipur
Allow Kashmiris To Decide Their Fate: Speakers
Srinagar, Apr 13: Indian Scholars, Human Rights Activists, and Civil Society have appealed both India and Pakistan to resolve Kashmir issue once for all.
“All the scholars and civil Society agreed that Kashmir is a real and live issue. Pakistan and India should take measures to resolve it in the interest of the people of sub-continent,” said the speakers who participated in a 2-day seminar ‘Last Chance For India and Pakistan To Settle Down Kashmir Problem’ held at Jaipur in Rajasthan.
Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Forum, Pandit Bhushan Bazaz said, “India should shun its rigid mantra of atoot ang and accept Kashmir as an existent problem. Unless and Until India doesn’t accept that Kashmir is disputed, India and Pakistan cannot live in peace,” he said.
Bazaz said that he along with other participants appealed India to provide an opportunity to Kashmiri people to decide their fate. “Outsiders don’t know anything about Kashmir except that it is a beautiful dale. Kashmiri people have suffered and are still suffering. So India must give them right to decide their fate,” Bazaz said.
Bazaz said that all the participants including M N Roy in one voice stressed on the need for resolving Kashmir issue and they appealed India to declare it as a disputed territory. (CNS)
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