We are for tripartite talks: Shabir Shah
Srinagar: Democratic Freedom Party chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah on Tuesday said his party has always maintained that its for the meaningful and result oriented dialogue between India, Pakistan and the Hurriyat leadership.
“We were always for the dialogue process for granting the people their right to self determination but New Delhi has always tried to portray the Kashmir as a bilateral issue between Delhi and Srinagar or between Delhi and Islamabad,” he said.
Reacting to the recommendations of Justice Verma, Wajahat Habibullah’s reaction and Omar Abdullah’s statements thereof the DFP chairman said: “This is nothing new but their same old policy and a new strategy.”
Shah said peace would not prevail in the South Asia till the Kashmir issue is resolved.
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