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Shah stresses Kashmir resolution through talks

Repressive tactics cannot suppress liberation struggle
Srinagar, March 20 : Senior leader of the All Parties Hurriyet Conference and chairman of DFP, Shabir Ahmed Shah has emphasised that the Kashmir dispute should be resolved through peaceful process of negotiations involving Pakistan, India and genuine Kashmiri leadership.

Shah said this while addressing a function in Jammu, today. He said that some elements and Indian intelligence agencies wanted to create confusion among the Kashmiris to hamper the resolution of the dispute for their vested interests. Other speakers on the occasion said that India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru had promised the Kashmiris to give them the right to decide their future themselves but the commitment was yet to be fulfilled. He maintained that the repressive tactics can not subdue the political resolve of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

 

India not sincere in Kashmir settlement: Shabbir Shah

  Jammu, March 16 : Senior APHC leader and the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabir Ahmad Shah, has said that India is not sincere and serious in resolving the Kashmir dispute.
Shah, addressing a public gathering at Samba in Jammu said that the dispute could only be settled through tripartite talks including Pakistan, India and the real Kashmiri leadership.
He urged India to revoke draconian laws, release all illegally detained pro-freedom leaders and activists and stop gross human rights violations in the occupied territory to create conducive environment for talks on Kashmir.
He said that the people of Kashmir had given unprecedented sacrifices for securing right to self-determination and their struggle would not be allowed to go waste.
Shabbir Ahmad Shah appealed the international community to put pressure on India to amicably resolve the Kashmir dispute so that the people of Kashmir could get rid of Indian bondage.
 

‘Inclusion of Kashmiris vital to meaningful talks on Kashmir’

  Jammu, March 14: Senior APHC leader and the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabir Ahmad Shah, has said that the inclusion of Kashmiris is vital to the meaningful dialogue for resolving the Kashmir dispute.

SHAH ADDRESSING INTELLECTUALS AT SAMBA JAMMU
Addressing a party convention in Kathua Shah said that the dispute could only be settled through tripartite talks including Pakistan, India and the real Kashmiri leadership.
He urged India to revoke draconian laws, release all illegally detained pro-freedom leaders and activists and stop gross human rights violations in the occupied territory to create conducive environment for talks on Kashmir.

Meanwhile, the hooligans of Sangh Parivar tried to enter the venue to disrupt the function but were restricted by some participants. About the incident, the senior APHC leader said that the Sangh Parivar was indulging in communal politics in Jammu and Kashmir and its activists wanted to divide the state, which was not tolerable at any cost. “These miscreants create communal hatred among people and their only objective is to disrupt the brotherhood for which Kashmir is always respected,” he added.
Later, Shabir Ahmad Shah addressed public gatherings at Chinni and Hiranagar areas.

Shah denounces HR abuses in Kashmir

  Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Srinagar, March 01: The chairman of DFP and senior leader of All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC), Shabir Ahmad Shah has strongly denounced the stepped up violations of human rights by Indian troops and police personnel in the territory.
Shah enquires about the health of Ab Rashed
Shah visited Sambora area of Pulwama where he enquired about the health of a person, Abdul Rasheed Rashi, who was seriously injured by Indian troops during a peaceful protest demonstration, last year. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the people of Kashmir had rendered unprecedented sacrifices for securing right to self-determination and New Delhi could not prevent them from their just struggle through repression.
The senior APHC leader said that the uncertain situation in the occupied territory would prevail till the Kashmir dispute was resolved in accordance with the Kashmiris’ aspirations