Hurriyat (G) blames NC for bloodbath

‘We Are Not Against Meaningful Talks’


Srinagar, Jan 27: The Hurriyat Conference (G) led by Syed Ali Geelani Sunday made it clear that it was not against the dialogue but won’t enter into any talks aimed at the repeat of 1975 exercise, which according to it later proved to be a sell-out.
 In a statement issued here, the Hurriyat (G) spokesman said the people who welcomed Indian Army in Kashmir are directly responsible for the blood-bath of past two decades. Reacting to the Rural Development Minister Ali Muhammad Sagar’s speech made during the R-Day function here, the Hurriyat spokesman said it is a fact that serious issues are resolved through dialogue. “The Hurriyat was never afraid of entering into a dialogue. Talks are of two-types. One aimed at reaching the resolution and the other like we witnessed in the past in the form of Beg-Parthasathy accord that institutionalized the Indian control,” the spokesman said.
 He said the Hurriyat has already put forth some conditions before New Delhi for making the atmosphere conductive for talks. “The conditions include India should accept Kashmir as a dispute, announce demilitarization, revoke AFSPA and release all prisoners,” the spokesman said.
 He said it was unfortunate that Sagar always mentions bloodshed in his speech. “The fact remains that the situation in Kashmir is the gift of National Conference,” the Hurriyat spokesman said.
 He said it was also surprising to know that New Delhi maintains that it did not know what Kashmiris want. He said Sagar should remain confined to running state affairs and refrain from giving advices to Hurriyat leaders.

Lastupdate on : Sun, 27 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 27 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Mon, 28 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST

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