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Hakeem Yaseen lauds Narendra Modi-Imran Khan for their willingness to work for restoration of peace


KNS

Srinagar, May 27 (KNS): Chairman PDF Hakeem Yaseen has hailed statements of Narendra Modi and Imran Khan where in they have shown their willingness to work jointly for the betterment of their people and fight against poverty.

In a statement issued to KNS, Hakeem Yaseen has said that the respective people of India and Pakistan have given overwhelming mandate in favour of their leaders, adding that onus now lies on Narendra Modi and Imran Khan to transform people’s faith into an opportunity for ushering an era of peace and prosperity in the region.

He said animosity between the two neighbours since last seven decades have totally devastated lives of people socially as well as economically especially the people of Jammu and Kashmir. He said it was high time that leadership of both countries should bring some flexibility in their stands to pave way for a congenial atmosphere for dialogue and reconciliation.

Hakeem Yaseen said that the latest statements of both leaders showing their willingness to work for the betterment of their people and restoration of peace in the region was very encouraging adding that both countries should resolve all their outstanding issues amicably.

PDF Chief has expressed optimism that the massive mandate given by the people in favor of their leaders will go a long way for ushering in an atmosphere of dialogue and reconciliation in the sub continent.

He said that Narendra Modi has emerged as one of the most powerful and influential political leaders of the country who can give a new direction to the political, economical and social spectrum in the region. He has expressed optimism that both Narendra Modi and Imran Khan would utilize all the qualities of head and heart for resolution of all contentious issue to give peace a chance.

Hakeem Yaseen has also hailed Narendra Modi’s statement in Central Hall about eliminating the fear psychosis among the minorities. (KNS)