Kashmir dispute an unfinished agenda of 1947 Indian partition: Gilani
Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani says Kashmir dispute is an unfinished agenda of partition of Indian subcontinent in 1947 and none of three basic parties to dispute, India, Pakistan and people of Kashmir are in a position to avoid any untoward consequences of this visible danger in South Asia.
Chairing a meeting of APHC’s Executive Council at Hyderpora in Srinagar, he expressed dismay over India’s repressive policies to suppress Kashmiris’ voice for right to self-determination.
He reiterated APHC’s stand for settling Kashmir dispute through a meaningful dialogue but deplored that India’s stubbornness had remained a stumbling block to go ahead in this direction.
He demanded setting up of a war crimes tribunal to investigate grave human rights violations perpetrated by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir.
The meeting reaffirmed Kashmiris’ resolve to take the ongoing struggle for securing their right to self-determination to its logical conclusion.
It paid rich tributes to all the martyrs of ongoing Kashmir freedom movement. The meeting also lauded steadfastness and patience displayed by the Kashmiri prisoners languishing in different jails.