Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Sunday rejected reports that the state government was likely to consider the report submitted by the interlocutors earlier as a non-issue.
“Any such report will do no good to Kashmir dispute and the Hurriyat has already rejected any such option. Till you don’t resolve Kashmir, all such exercises will be futile,” Geelani was quoted as saying by a local news agency here.
The Hurriyat chairman reiterated his conditions on holding talks with New Delhi including release of all political prisoners, scrapping of black laws, accepting Kashmir as a dispute, etc.
“In August 2010, Hurriyat had set five conditions for opening the channel of talks with the New Delhi over the resolution of Kashmir. Until those conditions aren’t met, no talks shall be held,” he said.