The Kashmir Center

Pakistan should come up with result oriented policy for Kashmir: UJC

United Jihad Council (UJC) on Monday said that the Pakistan being a basic and legitimate stakeholder of Kashmir is continuously extending its diplomatic, political and moral support to the ongoing freedom movement in the Valley from last 70 years.
In an e-mailed statement issued to KNS, UJC spokesman, Syed Sadaqat Hussain quoted the UJC chief, Syed Salah-ud-din said, “Two wars have already taken place between India and Pakistan due to Kashmir while the third war like situation is currently prevailing in border areas. The people of Kashmir have rendered sacrifices for the freedom struggle and are continuously doing so to achieve their goal,” he said.
Speaking in the high level meeting of UJC, the outfit chief as per the statement said, “The people of Kashmir in every nook and corner are fighting with over seven lakh forces and have decided to continue their struggle till any logical conclusion.”
He said due to the criminal silence maintained by the internal community, India has increased its atrocities against Kashmiris. “The freedom struggle due to the militants and sacrifices of people is closer to its logical conclusion but Pakistan should come up with the result oriented policy. Pakistan should continue its diplomatic support and should also highlight the plights of Kashmiris via media,” he added.


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