Friday, 27 May 2022, 09:37:02 pm
Sustained, time-bound Pak-India talks stressed
May 12, 2022

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the APHC has called for settlement of the Kashmir dispute through sustained and time-bound dialogue process between Pakistan and India to ensure peace and stability in South Asia.

Talking to an Indian civil society delegation in Srinagar, senior APHC leader, Professor Abdul Ghani Butt, urged them to put pressure on the BJP government to resolve all disputes particularly the grave issue of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan through talks.

He said both Pakistan and India need to come close and forge friendly relations to address the Kashmir dispute, once and for all.

Meanwhile, Indian troops and paramilitary personnel continued massive search operations in Srinagar and Doda in Jammu region to create an atmosphere of fear and terror in the territory.

On the other hand, Mehbooba Mufti in a statement in Srinagar underscored the need for unity to thwart Modi-led Indian government’s onslaught on honour and dignity of the Kashmiri people.  

Moreover, APHC leader Abdul Samad Inqilabi in a statement from a Jammu jail and APHC-AJK leaders in their statements in Islamabad voiced serious concern over Indian advisory barring Kashmiri students from traveling to Pakistan to pursue higher education.