Hakeem Yaseen appeals India-Pak to end bloodshed in Kashmir

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Srinagar, Oct 12: Chairman PDF Hakeem Yaseen Friday expressed his sorrow over the loss of precious and creamy layer of young generation in the ongoing conflict in the state adding that all the stakeholders should shun their rigid stands to resolve the vexed Kashmir dispute.
In a statement issued, Hakeem Yaseen said that the people of the state are the worst victims of animosity between India
Referring to the killing of a scholar-turned-militant Abdul Manan, Hakeem Yaseen said “We cannot afford to bear the loss of our young generation for a long and urged the need to end ongoing violence in the state.” He has appealed all stakeholders especially India and Pakistan to shun their rigid stands to resolve the Kashmir dispute to give peace a chance in the region.
He has prayed that let Manan’s killing be last killing hoping that all stake holders would understand the pathetic Kashmir situation and initiate a result oriented dialogue process to end the ongoing bloodshed . He said Killings should stop and chance be given for a peaceful resolution of Kashmir dispute. He said people of the state are the first causality of animosity between the two neighboring countries.
Hakeem Yaseen appealed both the neighboring countries to sink their differences to end unprecedented blood bath in the strife ravaged Kashmir due to Kashmir imbroglio since last 7 decades.
“We are losing precious and creamy layer of our young generation in the ongoing conflict in the state,” Hakeem Yaseen lamented while urging all stakeholders to shun their ego for the sake of humanity to resolve the deadly Kashmir problem.
He has appealed leaderships of both India and Pakistan to bring some flexibility in the rigid stands to give peace a chance and fostering a new era of good-neighbourly relations on the basis of mutual respect and mutual benefit.
He said better bilateral relations between India and Pakistan are in the larger interests of their people and overall politico-economic prosperity. (KNS)