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Kashmiri leaders reject talks offer with Manmohan

Hurriyet leadership has rejected any proposal for dialogue with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh saying that New Delhi has failed to create an atmosphere conducive for any talks. According to KMS, the APHC Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in a media interview in occupied Srinagar said, "New Delhi has failed to create a suitable environment of dialogue. We gave some suggestions for confidence building measures to New Delhi. They do not respond to them. Under such a situation there is no scope of any dialogue with Manmohan Singh in near future," he said.

The Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, (Mohammad Yasin Malik said that his party would not be part of any dialogue process with prime minister during his coming visit to occupied Kashmir as Manmohan had failed to initiate any serious dialogue with Pakistan and with Kashmiri leadership for resolution of the Kashmir dispute.

Rejecting the offer of puppet chief minister and Professor Soz to facilitate talks with Prime Minister, JKLF Chairman said, "We still remember the role of Congress and National Conference leadership, when Mohammad Afzal Guru was hanged. We still remember their role when 32 Kashmiris were awarded life imprisonment. The so-called leaders are playing the role of opportunism to gain votes ahead of elections."

Copyright Associated Press of Pakistan, 2013


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