Condemning the house arrest of separatists Peoples Democratic Front (PDF) president Hakim Muhammad Yasin Friday said neither the Center nor the State governments have any concrete policy regarding Kashmir.
"It seems meetings between Indo-Pak leaders are being held for time pass. Both Centre and State governments lack a concrete policy on Kashmir. We request for a fruitful and meaningful dialogue between the two countries which could yield positive results," Hakim Yasin, said in a statement.
"Dialogue should be institutionalised and made a continuous process. India and Pakistan shouldn't make the dialogue process hostage to their domestic problems. Also both countries should not take support of dialogue to diffuse their internal problems. Kashmir is a core issue and unless it is not addressed, peace won't be possible. Any India-Pakistan dialogue without Kashmir on the agenda is not going to make headway," he added.
The PDF chief questioned the government's decision of house arrest of Hurriyat leaders and their subsequent release on Thursday. "Why did government order their detention first and what was the reason for their release later. This all seems to be a drama which government should avoid in future," he added.