Imperative to find solution to Kashmir issue: Jama’at to India, Pak

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Srinagar: Jama’at-e-Islami chief Abdul Hameed Fayaz on Friday appealed both the governments of India and Pakistan to start “productive negotiations” to find a solution to Kashmir issue according to the aspiration of people.
The spokesperson in a statement said, “In the opening ceremony of Jamia Masjid Muradpora Shopin, Fayaz on the occasion reiterated the stand of Jama’at that it desires a peaceful and stable resolution of all such conflicts in accordance with the aspirations of the concerned people and any damage to the person and property of the innocent people, who become the victims due to non-resolution of these issues, in unwelcomed.”
Jama’at chief also urged the people to follow the Islamic teachings in letter and spirit and propagate and practice the Islamic principles, keeping away the differences among the different schools of thought regarding secondary issues. He further stressed upon following the divine model of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) to get rid of the infighting among the Ummah and propagate the message with full zeal among the common masses.