Baramulla: A day long seminar on ‘Kashmir Conflict and Impact on Youth and The Way Forward’ was held here on Today at SSM College here Parispora Pattan in Baramulla District.
The seminar was organised by ‘Aash’, a Kashmir based independent NGO to create awareness about the Kashmir Conflict and its Impact on Youth where Dr suheela chishti was Event Coordinator of the Seminar.
The seminar was attended by people from different walks of life including the academics, Political Analysts, and Students who spoke on the occasion.
Students while Speaking on the Occasion said that all dialogues on Kashmir are meaningless without the participation of Kashmiris. The Indian government should realise that Kashmir is a core issue.
Speakers said that the youth of Kashmir who have been at the forefront and were the worst victims of every policy.
Stressing the need for solution of the Kashmir another Prominent Political activist Sameer Bhat said that Kashmir is political dispute which needs to be resolved politically. Sameer said that Both India and Pakistan keeping in view the miseries of Kashmiri people should initiative unconditional and comprehensive dialogue to settle all once for all. As both countries to prosper and to develop at the same rate at which other great nations are developing need to settle all their issues including Kashmir issue which is the mother of all issues. Youth needs to play a positive role in this and need to stress for political solution, he added.
Sameer Bhat acknowledged the students initiative for talking over the topic and said Kashmiri students have got the best of potential to reach the stars.
Others who spoke on the occasion are Amir Shafi, Navedul haq, Ehsan Qadri, Amir Majid, Farhan Shafi