Kashmir dispute gaining momentum at global level: Shabbir
Srinagar, February 14, 2016 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabbir Ahmad Shah has said that the Kashmir dispute is gaining momentum with changing world political scenario. Shabbir Ahmad Shah in his telephonic conversation with the party representatives and activists on the inauguration of party office in Shopian said, “Keeping in view the major political changes taking place across the globe, there seem to be positive changes happening with regard to Kashmir dispute as world leadership has realized the vitality of settling the dispute to ensure a peaceful world.”
Terming Jammu and Kashmir as unfinished agenda of the partition of sub-continent, he said, until the people of the territory are not given the right of deciding their future, the region will continue to loom under political anarchy and threat of war.
“We must generate hope among the people that they are not alone in the freedom movement but the justice-loving people of the world are assuring their support to our cause. At global level, the Kashmir dispute is witnessing a paradigm shift with world leadership mulling to seek resolution to the dispute,” Shabbir Shah said.
On the occasion, Shabbir Ahmad Shah also hailed Pakistan for its unwavering support to the Kashmir cause, saying Kashmiris are indebted to the government and people of Pakistan. “We hope Pakistan will continue its moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmir cause.
Meanwhile, a DFP spokesperson paid tributes to martyred youth in Chowkibal, Kupwara. “The sacrifices of our martyrs will not go waste,” he added. Meanwhile, the DFP spokesperson in a statement issued in Srinagar strongly condemned life threat to the APHC (G) Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani by a notorious gangster Ravi Pujari and said it depicts the growing intolerance in India. He also paid glowing tributes to Shaheed Ghulam Muhammad Bulla on his anniversary.
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