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Pakistan, India should resolve Kashmir issues through dialogue: ANC

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JAMMU: Awami National Conference (ANC) Provincial President, Gian Singh, while welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement that he wanted dialogue with Kashmiri leadership under the framwork of ‘Insaniyat’, said, “When we talk about dialogue, what kind of dialogue should it be? It is dialogue which produces no anger or retribution.”
Singh added that sensitive issues cannot be settled on the streets.
Singh reaffirmed the fact that violence in all its forms, whether crime or terrorism, is always unacceptable, because it profoundly wounds human dignity and is an offence against the whole of humanity.
“It is therefore necessary to combat criminal activities within the limits of moral and juridical norms, since action against crime should always be carried out with respect for the rights of each person and of the principles of the rule of law,” he added.
Singh strongly maintained that, “the response to violence and crime cannot be delegated to the forces of law and order alone, but requires the participation of all those capable of confronting this phenomenon.”
“To overcome violence is a task which must involve not only the institutions and organisations, but all of society, the family, educational institutions, including schools and religious bodies, the means of social communication, as well as each and every citizen. Everyone has his or her particular responsibility in building a future of justice and peace,” he added.
He said that dialogue has always been the only way to get Kashmir out of crises and allow its inhabitants to witness peaceful times.
“We have always strived for the resumption of the dialogue process to get things back in order. It has been our long pending demand. We want dialogue to take place in a most conducive manner,” he said.

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