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Kashmir no territorial dispute: Mehmood Saghar

Kashmiris’ blood not to go waste: Shabir Shah

Shah expressing solidarity with the families whose near and dear ones were martyred by Indian troops during the mass uprising Srinagar, January 16: Senior leader of All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC), Shabir Ahmad Shah has said that the blood of Kashmiri martyrs will not be allowed to go waste and their sacrifices will bring positives results soon.

Shabbir Ahmad Shah visit Bijbehara, today, and expressed sympathies with the families of Kashmiri youth recently martyred by Indian troops. Addressing people on the occasion, he said that the Kashmiris’ sacrifices had centre-staged the Kashmir dispute on international level and the world community was talking about the peaceful solution of the dispute.

He said that illegal arrests and use of brute force could not prevent the people of Jammu and Kashmir from continuing the just struggle for securing their right to self-determination. He reiterated the pledge to continue the liberation struggle till its complete success, despite all odds.

The senior APHC leader also thanked the people and government of Pakistan for their moral, diplomatic and political support to the Kashmiris and highlighting the Kashmir dispute at all forums. He urged the international community to take notice of gross human rights violations in the occupied territory and put pressure on India to resolve the dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris’ aspirations.

Shabbir Ahmad Shah made it clear that complete peace in South Asia was impossible without settling the dispute over Kashmir.

 

Islamabad, June 30: The convener of Hurriyat Conference (M)—Pak chapter---Mehmood Ahmed Saghar on Thursday said that Kashmir is not a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan.
“India and Pakistan are parties to the dispute, however as a principal party to the issue Kashmiris have the right to decide their fate through free, fair and impartial plebiscite guaranteed to them by the international community and the leadership of India as well. Kashmir issue cannot be resolved bilaterally,” Saghar said in a statement.
“Instead of issuing statements India should accept the ground realities and resolve the core issue of Kashmir peacefully in accordance with aspirations of Kashmiris,” he said.