DFP asks Pakistan and India to resume talks on Kashmir » Kashmir Media Service

Srinagar, June 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) has asked Pakistan and India to resume the dialogue process to resolve their all outstanding issues for ensuring peace in the region.

The DFP General Secretary Muhammad Abdullah Tari, in a statement issued in Srinagar asked India and Pakistan to follow the Singapore summit between the US and North Korea and resume their talks. “If the US and North Korea can return from the brink of a nuclear flashpoint, there is no reason why India and Pakistan cannot do the same,” he said.

Muhammad Abdullah Tari said, dialogue between Pakistan and India has assumed importance because Kashmir dispute is very badly affecting their relations so both New Delhi and Islamabad should begin a dialogue on Kashmir as soon as possible and include true Kashmiri representatives in it.

The dialogue between Indian and Pakistan over Kashmir should resume at earliest so that the long-festering Kashmir dispute is resolved in accordance with the wishes of the people, he added.

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