SRINAGAR – Hurriyat Conference (M) has decided to consult different sections of society to obtain their inputs ahead of its ensuing Pakistan visit. Decision to the effect was taken at a meeting of its Executive Council chaired by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq here on Tuesday.
To make the talks with Pakistan meaningful and result oriented, the APHC would talk with the different shades of people, including traders, intellectuals, lawyers, civil society, and others belonging to different sections of society, said the Hurriyat (M) spokesperson in a statement.
The meeting resolved that during the visit and talks with Pakistani leaders, the Hurriyat delegation would keep the Kashmiri viewpoint paramount. The APHC would represent the emotions and aspirations of Kashmiri before Pakistani establishment, he added.
The meeting was attended by Agha Syed Hassan Al Moosvi, Bilal Gani Lone, Maulana Masroor Abbas Ansari, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Maulana Abdullah Tari, Musaddiq Adil and Abdul Rashid Untoo, he said.
At a time when the political scenario of the world is changing and in the context of the improving Indo-Pak relations, the participants felt that the Hurriyat delegations visit to Pakistan would prove to be of great significance for solution of Kashmir issue, the spokesperson said, adding the visit would provide an opportunity to discuss the solution of Kashmir issue with Pakistani leaders.
The meeting paid glorious tributes to the martyrs of Jammu in 1947, acknowledging that Jammu region had spilled blood for the ongoing movement.
Meanwhile, Hurriyat spokesman condemned the arrest of ailing chairman of Peoples Movement, Ghulam Ahmad Mir, terming his detention as a grave human rights violation. (KNS)
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