Chairman PDF and MLA Khansahib, Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen has made a passionate appeal to India and Pakistan to shun their ego and rigidity to stop naked dance of death and destruction in various parts of the state especially in Kashmir.
Expressing his pain and agony on the loss of human lives during the ongoing anti militancy operations, Hakeem Yaseen has said that enough blood of innocents people has flown in Kashmir continuously since last several decades due to ego between the two neighboring countries on Kashmir issue which has left ugly black scars on the face of human history. He has made a passionate appeal to both nuclear powers to shun their ego and resolve the Kashmir problem on humanitarian grounds. Hakeem as this issue has now become a nuclear flash point in the sub continent. ” Common people have been suffering badly due animosity between the two neighboring countries beside retarding their political and socio-economic advancement at global level,” Hakeem Yaseen said while urging for early resumption of dialogue and reconciliation between India and Pakistan to resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir problem to bring peace in the region.
Hakeem Yaseen has said that bloodshed of innocents whether civilians or police personnel is painful adding that killings in any form are against the ethics of humanity and religious tenants.
Expressing shock over the killings in Kachdora Shopian and Draigam in Anantnag districts in anti militancy operations. How long this painful cycle of bloodbath and funerals of youth will continue in Kashmir, Hakeem Yaseem screamed. He has sought an end to the ongoing bloodshed in Kashmir and has urged for joint efforts to bring peace in the strife ridden state adding that all peace loving people and mainstream political parties should prevail upon India to resume dialogue with the neighboring country Pakistan to resolve all issues amicably so that peace is restored in the state. He said that the people of the state are the first causality of animosity between India and Pakistan. He has also urged for isolating black sheep in armed forces involved in violation of SOPS during anti-militancy operations which cause killings of civilians.
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