Key Indian Politicians Acknowledged That Kashmir Is Political Issue: Report

Key Indian political personalities and opinion leaders in a fresh report have acknowledged that Kashmir is a political issue and cries out for a political solution. The report has been prepared after visits to Jammu and Kashmir under the auspicious of Rajmohan Gandhi's Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation from October to December.  Senior BJP leader and former Indian Foreign Minister Yashwant Sinha, Retired Air Vice Marshal Kapil Kak and journalist Bharat Bhushan are among the authors of the report. The report notes that the Kashmiris believe there is a crisis of acknowledgement of the Kashmir problem with the Indian state.

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