Srinagar: A meeting of the executive council of Hurriyat Conference (G) presided over by Syed Ali Geelani and attended by executive member of Muslim League, Muslim Democratic League, Khawateen Markaz, Peirwan e Walayat, Kashmir Freedom Movement, Tehreek-e Wahdat -e- Islami, Employees Movement, People's League, Tehreek-e- Hurriyat, Anjuman Sharie Shiayan, Democratic Political Movement, Muslim Conference, Peoples Movement, Khawateen Kashmir, Peoples League, Kashmir Freedom Movement, Tehreek-e-Mazahmat, Islamic Political Party and Kashmir Freedom Front, was Saturday held at Hyderpora.
According to a statement, during the meeting, the Hurriyat Conference leaders held detailed deliberations on the ongoing political situation, movement, and various organizational matters and leaders said that conglomerate is not averse to dialogue and has always sought and from day first stressed for meaningful talks for the lasting resolution of Kashmir issue.
The executive members observed that practicable and workable situation is must in resolving the vexed Kashmir issue, however added that India was morally duty-bound to create conducive situation for this purpose.
There is no let-up in suppression and oppression, unabated arrests of youth and leadership, prolonging detention on one pretext or the other, character assassination through media channels and NIA, said leadership and added that in such situations the result oriented dialogue is not possible.
Syed Ali Geelani in his presidential address said that we are not averse to negotiations, however we believe and we are of this firm option that only tripartite talks can prove conclusive and result oriented and added that we assign top priority to prestige and dignity of nation and we have enough talent to plead our case.
Stressing that peace, stability, and development of entire South Asia was connected with the resolution of Kashmir issue, Syed Ali Geelani said and added that for the peace and development of the region, 15 million people of entire Jammu and Kashmir have to decide their future political destination.
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