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India, Pakistan army Chiefs statements a good omen for peace: Hakeem Yaseen

Says Kashmir issue reached to a nuclear flash point


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Srinagar, Apr 16 (KNS): Terming India and Pakistan army Chiefs' statement about resolution of all outstanding issues including Kashmir dispute through dialogue and reconciliation as a good omen for peace in the sub-continent, chairman PDF and MLA Khansahib Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen has hoped that better sense will prevail upon both the neighboring countries to start fresh peace initiatives for an end to ongoing bloodshed in the state.
In a statement issued to KNS, Hakeem Yaseen has said that it was a good omen that both the army generals have acknowledged importance of dialogue over Military might to settle mutual issues. He said that political measures were the ultimate solution to bring peace in the sub-continent. Hakeem Yaseen has said “sooner the leadership of the two neighboring countries would sit together on a negotiating table to sink their differences, the more better it would be for the betterment of the people of both countries.” Once the vexed Kashmir imbrilogo is settled amicably, the whooping spending on defence could be utilised for the development and welfare of the people of both the developing countries,” Hakeem Yaseen observed.
He said India and Pakistan has fought three wars in the past which has yielded nothing except death, destruction and animosity. He said Kashmir issue, which was the main bone of contention between the two neighboring countries has now reached to an alarming nuclear flash point and cautioned military and civil leaderships of both India and Pakistan to rise to the occasion to start the process for a meaningful dialogue and reconciliation to resolve their all outstanding issues so that dark clouds of a possible nuclear war, looming large in the sub-continent, are cleared through a political process.
He said people of the Kashmir, who have been ruined economically, politically and socially due to animosity between India and Pakistan over last 6 decades, are yearning for peace and want a peaceful and dignified resolution of Kashmir dispute. He has called upon leadership of both the neighbouring countries to shun their ego and restart a peace process while taking on board the people of Kashmir also. (KNS)
 


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