The Kashmir Center

Hakeem Yaseen seeks end to ongoing blood bath in state

Chairman PDF and MLA Khansahib, Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen while expressing grave concern over the unabated blood bath in various parts of the state has asked the leadership of India and Pakistan to act as responsible neighbours to sink their differences in the interest of their citizens.

He has urged both the nations to come on negotiating table to resolve all the outstanding issues especially Kashmir problem so that the ongoing bloodshed and mayhem is stopped.
Addressing public gatherings at Shogapora, Draigam, Raithan, Druggar and Krimshora in Khansahib Constituency today, Hakeem Yaseen said that the people of the state are the first causality of animosity between India and Pakistan due to which the people have been suffering untold miseries during last 70 years.

Hakeem Yaseen was accompanied by the Chief Education Officer Budgam, and concerned officers and engineers of Health and R&B Kashmir departments during his tour, which was conducted to take stock of the pace of construction on PHC, Shogpora, and SDH at Krimshora. They also reviewed arrangements for opening and upgradation of various proposed Middle, High and Higher secondary schools in the constituency.

While expressing his heartfelt agony over the loss of precious human lives in the ongoing conflict, Hakeem Yaseen has said “Enough is enough, both the nuclear nations should rise to the occasion to end bloodshed bath and mayhem in the state after resolving their contentious issues”. He said that India and Pakistan are neighbors who cannot wipe out each other but shall have to co-exist in the larger interests of their people. He has also appealed all the mainstream political parties to jointly prevail upon the Indian leadership to address the genuine aspirations of the people of Kashmir.

He has also asked the Indian leadership to address the internal dimension of the Kashmir problem and should immediately address the burning unemployment problem by announcing a special employment package so that dark shadows of uncertain future looming large on the faces of unemployed youth are removed.

Hakeem Yaseen assured the people that their genuine demands would be fulfilled earnestly adding that schools in various villages would be upgraded on merits. He said all the areas in the constituency will be provided equitable opportunities for their development.


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