Pan­dits in­alien­able part of Kash­miri so­ci­ety: Mir­waiz

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR—In oc­cu­pied Kash­mir, a del­e­ga­tion of ‘Kash­miri Pan­dits Re­turn and Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Fo­rum’ called on the Chair­man of Hur­riyet fo­rum, Mir­waiz Muham­mad Umar Fa­rooq at his res­i­dence, Monday.

The Kash­miri Pan­dit del­e­ga­tion that met the Mir­waiz

The del­e­ga­tion mem­bers in­formed the Mir­waiz that Kash­miri Pan­dits too were de­sirous of re­turn­ing to the Val­ley and wanted to hold con­sul­ta­tions with Kash­miri Mus­lims so that a way to their dig­ni­fied re­turn to Kash­mir is found where once again they be­come a re­spectable part of Kash­miri so­ci­ety and start liv­ing to­gether amid peace and broth­er­hood.

Mean­while, Hur­riyet leader and Jammu Kash­mir Peo­ples League Chair­man, Mukhtar Ah­mad Waza ad­dress­ing a party meet­ing in Kul­gam said that res­o­lu­tion of Kash­mir dis­pute was im­per­a­tive for es­tab­lish­ing long last­ing peace in South Asia. He ap­pealed to the United Na­tions to play ef­fec­tive role in re­solv­ing the con­flict ac­cord­ing to the as­pi­ra­tions of Kash­miri peo­ple. He said that Kash­mir was never a bor­der dis­pute be­tween Pak­istan and In­dia but was an is­sue of right to self-de­ter­mi­na­tion’ and fu­ture per­tain­ing to 2.5 mil­lion Kash­miris.—KMS

Com­prised San­jay Reshi, Ka­mal Chaud­hary, Kishen Lan­goo, Kuldeep Ji and Ramesh Kichloo. Hur­riyet leader Ad­vo­cate Shahid-ulIs­lam was also present in the meet­ing. Dur­ing the meet­ing, they held dis­cus­sion over the dig­ni­fied re­turn of dis­placed Kash­miri Pan­dit

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