Kashmir main cause of tension between Pakistan, India
06 December, 2012
SRINAGAR: The All Parties Hurriyet Conference has reiterated that the Kashmir dispute is the main cause of tension between Pakistan and India while the people of Kashmir have been the worst victims of the acrimony between the two nuclear powers.
The APHC spokesman in a statement in Srinagar, today, said that the Hurriyet Conference has been continuously engaged in its efforts to resolve the dispute in accordance with the relevant UN resolutions and the Kashmiris' aspirations.
The spokesman urged the authorities to issue travel documents to Maulana Abbas Ansari, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza and Muhammad Musaddiq Aadil who are the members of the Hurriyet delegation visiting Pakistan. These leaders, he added, have not been provided passports, so far. The spokesman termed the APHC's upcoming visit to Pakistan as significant with far-reaching implications. He pointed out that APHC leaders during their visit would meet the people from ruling parties, opposition and the dignitaries.
The puppet authorities placed the veteran leader, Syed Ali Gilani under house arrest in Srinagar, today, when he came out of his residence to lead a peace march.
Indian police in their ongoing arrest spree detained fifteen more youth from various areas in Srinagar. The detainees were lodged in Soura and Nowhatta police stations.
A unity march led by Hurriyet leaders including Masroor Abbas Ansari, Ghulam Nabi Zaki, Ghulam Nabi Nagoo, Muhammad Shafi Khan and Mushtaq Ahmed Sofi was held in Srinagar. The leaders on the occasion urged the people to maintain brotherhood and frustrate those forces who wanted to create division in their ranks.