Mirwaiz met a five member civil society delegation of Centre for Peace and progress led by Mr Mani Shankar Aiyer 

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Mirwaiz met a five member civil society delegation of Centre for Peace and progress led by Mr Mani Shankar Aiyer 

Srinagar, May 25: APHC Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq met a five member civil society delegation of Centre for Peace and progress led by Mr Mani Shankar Aiyer including Mr O P Shah Mr Kapil Kak Mr Vinod Sharma and Mr ID khajuria at his residence today.

Mirwaiz  told the delegation that it was good to know that in the din of hateful outbursts and aggression against the people of Kashmir that has become the norm in power circles of New Delhi and is propagated through most of its viscous electronic media to poison the minds of Indians and mislead them regarding the Kashmir dispute the genesis of the problem and the actual condition of the people in Kashmir and what they want ,there were  those who held the rights of human being and their causes based on universally accepted principals above so called “nationalism” and wanted to reach out.

Mirwaiz told the delegation that the situation of Kashmir is one of extreme oppression. The valley has been turned into a garrison of military paramilitary and police force where the civilians are held hostage by them and at are at their mercy, as they enjoy complete immunity  from prosecution by law. All kinds of restrictions bans gags and curbs are in place to give no space to people to express their aspirations or protest their condition and the repression against them. Killing blinding, maiming, torture, arrests and detention are the order of the day. The situation is so frustrating that even young students are hitting the roads each day to resist occupation .He said the recent incident of using a Kashmiri youth as a human shield by an army officer and his honoring by the authorities clearly defines the GOI s perspective regarding Kashmir and how to deal with it.

Mirwaiz told the delegation that despite facing such oppression , people have made up their mind that they will not yield and will continue to demand their just full and basic right  to self determination ,guaranteed by Indian leadership before the world.  Mirwaiz said that by resorting to military might, Delhi and its local collaborators can’t crush the popular sentiment which lives  deep in the heart and mind of every kashmiri irrespective of  age or religion.  Mirwaiz told the delegation that hurriyat believes that  an alternative way to resolve the dispute was through negotiations between India Pakistan and the people of kashmir to the satisfaction of all but primarily keeping in view the aspirations and will of the people of kashmir who are greatly sacrificing and suffering.

Stressing that  escalation of tension in the region between India and Pakistan was primarily because of the lingering dispute in and on Kashmir  which has long posed a grave threat  to peace not just in the sub-continent but for the entire South Asia region and the world at large.

Miwaiz said because of the Kashmir dispute  India and Pakistan are once again face to face at LoC and clouds of war are looming large on the borders. He said its high time the two nuclear powers realised their confrontational approach will not lead them anywhere except to destruction and instead start a sustained dialogue process for peaceful resolution of issues.

TheAPHC chairman asked the delegation that they should shoulder the responsibility and inform the  civil society of India and the people of India about the actual situation of Kashmir,the oppression unleashed here and help  counter the lies and misinformation being spread about Kashmir.

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