Settlement of core Kashmir issue to solve other irritants: APHC
and Working Committee held in Srinagar and presided over by Professor Abdul Ghani Butt, reviewed the prevailing human rights situation and the organisational matters, Kashmir Media Service reported.
The meeting termed the meeting between the foreign Secretaries of Pakistan and India in New Delhi as an important step towards ending an impasse between the two countries.
It called for inclusion of the Kashmiris in the dialogue process to bring about a just and durable settlement of the Kashmir dispute.
The participants also strongly denounced the authorities for placing the Chairman of the Hurriyet forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, under house arrest and imposing restrictions to prevent people from attending the funeral prayers in absentia of prominent liberation leader, Amanullah Khan.
They said that the action had exposed India and its puppet rulers in the territory before the world.
Meanwhile, a prayers session was also held to pay eulogise the services of Amanullah Khan for the ongoing liberation movement. The session was led by Professor Abdul Ghani Butt.—APP SRINAGAR—A joint meeting of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) Executive Council, General Council and Working Committee was held at APHC Headquarters Rajbagh on Thursday. The meeting was chaired by senior member of the APHC’s Executive Council and former APHC Chairman, Prof. Abdul Gani Bhat in absence of the APHC Chairman, Mirwaiz Dr. Moulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq, who was placed under house confinement Wednesday morning.
The meeting was attended by heads and representatives of all the constituents and the advisors of the conglomerate.
During the meeting, the APHC leaders deliberated upon the recent political developments in Indo-Pak subcontinent and its effects on the entire South Asia besides taking stock of the APHC’s organizational affairs.
Welcoming the meeting between Indian and Pakistani Foreign Secretaries on the sidelines of the Heart of Asia Conference in New Delhi, the APHC leaders said though this was a positive and start a result-oriented dialogue process over Kashmir with seriousness so that a long-lasting and just solution of the issue was arrived at. recalling his sacrifices for Kashmir’s ongoing freedom movement and offered special prayers for him.
In absence of the Mirwaiz, the