Srinagar – Peoples Democratic Front (PDF) has said that the ongoing dialogue process between India and Pakistan will be a futile exercise unless the Kashmir issue is included in it.
The PDF which held its one day annual convention today at picturesque tourist resort of the state- Doodhpathri under the chairmanship of its President, Hakeem Mohammad Yasin unanimously passed six resolutions with regard to bringing peace in the trouble torn J&K state and enjoined upon the leadership of two neighbouring countries to carry on the process of dialogue and reconciliation in the larger interests of the peoples of both sides.
The party has vowed to carry on its efforts, initiated by its founder, Hakeem Mohammad Yasin, at both National as well as International levels for the just and durable resolution of the Kashmir dialogue.
In two separate resolutions passed by the party, it has been urged to release all the prisoners and initiate meaningful dialogue with separatists.
Resolutions were also passed for result oriented measures to deal with the unemployment problems in the state and to provide jobs to the youth of the state in various central government departments. A resolution was also passed to make better use of vast hydle resources of the state for the prosperity and welfare of the people of both the neighbouring countries.
State Secretary CPI (M), Mr. M. Y. Tarigami who was also present at the annual convention while speaking on the occasion urged for the peaceful, amicable and just solution of the Kashmir imbroglio. He said people of the two parts of Jammu and Kashmir across the borders are the main sufferers of the Kashmir conflict.
The convention was attended by a large number of the front ranking leaders of the PDF and its activities.
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