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Peace Conference On Kashmir

Washington July 28, 2010: The two day 11th Peace Conference on the resolution
of Kashmir problem started here tonight at a positive optimistic note with
eminent diplomats and opinion makers from India, Pakistan and Jammu and Kashmir
looking forward for the resumption Kashmir specific dialogue between India and
Pakistan involving people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Setting the tone for the two day conference at an informal get together the delegates
from India, Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir other parts of the world that
conference was being held a time when Kashmir was calling for resolution more louder
than before.

Those who spoke at an informal get together included Mr. Hussein Haqani, Ambassador of
Pakistan in Washington, Kuldip Nayar, for Indian Ambassador to Britain, Justice
Rajinder Sachar, Mushaid Hussein Syed, Rita Manchanda, Prof. Angana Chaterjee,
Ved Bhasin, Ambassador Maleeh Lodhi, Mohammad Afzal Sandhu, Dr. Atiya
Anatullah, Ahmer Bilal Sufi , Dr. Khalid Qazi, Dr. M. A. Dar and Dr. Ghulam Nabi

The two day conference spreading over eight sessions will be commencing from
Thursday morning in the Capitol on the subject India- Pakistan Relations:
Btreaking the the deadlock.

Every speaker at the late night dinner that was prelude to the the
conference called Kashmir situation as highly critical. A grave concern
was shown towards the death of the teenagers in Kashmir valley during
past few months. It was called upon that this genocide of the third
generation Kashmiris should be stopped forth with.

The speakers were also of the view that this festering wound cannot kept open for all
times- it is not going to eat into vitals of India and Pakistan.

There is need for honest approach based on justice and
fairplay for the people of the state.

Most of the speakers said that the aspirations and political urges of
Kashmiris were most important and there should be no compromise on that.