Pak-India dialogue on Kashmir dispute stressed

Srinagar, July 17 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Senior Vice President of Awami National Conference, Muzaffar Shah has said that dialogue between India and Pakistan is need of the hour to settle the decades-old Kashmir dispute.

Muzafar Shah, talking to media men in Srinagar, he rejected the assertions of former RAW Chief AS Dulat that there should be dialogue between Srinagar and Delhi only. He said, “So much blood has shed and now it is imperative to start a dialogue with Pakistan to end the crisis.”

“Kashmir is a nuclear flashpoint. There has always been the threat of war looming over Kashmir. It’s not Pakistan only, now China has entered the fray. The solution to Kashmir problem lies in a peaceful dialogue,” Shah told reporters in Srinagar.

In response to a question, Shah said BJP always played politics over Kashmir. “This party destroyed Jammu and Kashmir,” he added.