Srinagar April 20: Addressing a huge gathering in Bandipora Professor Abdul Gani Butt, the president of Muslim Conference cinched the Indo-Pak leadership in his own typically style to engage in reconciliation and shun confrontation for all times to come. Enough is enough always enough politics, the professor observed, insisted in reconciliation, blaming and interpreting forces of opinion. What do we do, he asked now is the time the blinkers go off, eyes open wide and straight and the leadership recognize that the forces of history proceed uncontrollable. May be if a wrong happens, all of us fall to the forces of history. The situation laden as it is by hostility bordering belligerence between India and Pakistan could as a consequence of Kashmir dispute dangerously worsen beyond lengths of the leadership fails to proceed with a deeper sense of responsibility and a higher degree of understanding words and no bullets may work a wonder a settlement of the dispute to the flutter of all hearts. Prof Bhat said the sooner we realize this the better. The Commander in Chiefs of India and Pakistan seem to have legitimately picked up the threat with a view hopefully to weaving up the thread with a view a brighter future for the South Asians as a whole. Muslim Conference pledges support to all such efforts of may help in achieving a breakthrough in terms of the settlement of Kashmir dispute he said. However we as members of the organization would choose to suggest that India and Pakistan take the lead;
a, Call an end to the state of war between the two nuclear countries plaguing as it dots the entire environment around in the region.
b, Restore people to people contacts with a view to building a genuine relationship between India and Pakistan
c, Initiate a comprehensive dialogue to settle all disputes including particularly the dispute on Kashmir.
d, Let the media print and electronic assume a positively purposeful role to usher in an era of much better understanding and more fruitful cooperation. let the pen guide us to over destination.