New Delhi canâ€™t suppress Kashmiri people with military might: Gilani
In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyet leaders have called upon Pakistan and India to engage in peaceful dialogue to find the amicable solution to the Kashmir dispute.
The veteran Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Gilani in a statement in Srinagar while expressing his grief over the loss of lives in the Indian firing on LoC termed it the worst form of human rights violation.
He urged India to shun its rigid approach and accept Kashmir as a disputed territory. The veteran leader said New Delhi can’t suppress Kashmiri people by its military might and deny the rights of people by turning blind eye towards the reality.
Expressing solidarity with the victim families, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said sustained dialogue between Pakistan and India is the only way forward to bring peace in the region.
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik said India and Pakistan will have to address the Kashmir issue if they want stability in South Asia.