Settling Kashmir dispute ‘highly imperative’ for lasting peace in South Asia: ML

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SRINAGAR: Terming the early settlement of the long pending (Kashmir) dispute as “highly imperative” for lasting peace and progress in South Asia, Muslim League on Wednesday said that Indian stand was “contrary” to logical and historical facts of Kashmir dispute.

A Muslim League spokesperson in a statement issued here deplored the “stubbornness” of India as a “stumbling block” in the way of the solution to the dispute.

Appreciating Pakistani government for reaffirming “unwavering” support to the Kashmir cause, the spokesperson said, “Although UN has not lived up to the expectations of the suppressed nation, Pakistan has once again reiterated its stand that unless the core issue of Kashmir is resolved as per its historical perspective and according to the wishes of Kashmir, dance of death and destruction will have no end.”

ML appealed Pakistan rulers to have “Kashmir Cell” in its embassies all over the world and to activate them (embassies) apprise the world about the issue, he said.

Alleging that authorities in Jammu and Kashmir had “crossed all limits”, and that people and leadership were caged and voices strangulated, the spokesperson said “it is the duty of people of Pakistan to represent our aspiration, in every corner and at all world forums.”