No military solution to Kashmir issue, only talks: PDP Leader

SRINAGAR, FEB 11: The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) senior leader and former MLA of Noorabad constituency of Kulgam Abdul Majeed Padder said that India, Pakistan and Hurriyat should talk to each other and solve Kashmir Issue.

While Speaking to News agency Press Trust of Kashmir Padder said, “Security forces should not threaten locals. They should spend love and peace”.

He added PDP will talk to militants if come to power in coming election”. He further added that there is no military solution to Kashmir problem instead India-Pakistan must talk to each other.

Padder said miseries and hardships of the people could only be removed through an amicable political solution to the Kashmir problem adding that it was expected that Prime Minister would announce some kind of a pragmatic roadmap to carry forward the mission of Late Prime Minister Atal Ji for resumption of talks on Kashmir issue.

He further added that all the political and non-political originations should come forward beyond the political lines to seek the resolution of the disputed Kashmir issue. He said Pakistan and India have to find the time when they want to start the talks.

He added Kashmir issue is an internationally-recognized dispute that demands fair resolution from India, Pakistan and Hurriyat to end the long last conflict which has adverse impacts on all mostly youth. (PTK)