Chances of resolving J&K issue bright: Hurriyat
3 December 2001
The Times of India
TIMES NEWS NETWORK
SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference on Monday said that chances of resolution of Kashmir issue have brightened after the September 11 strikes in the United States saying the attention of the international community was now more focussed than ever before to find the reasons for the ongoing violence. ''Chances of resolution of the Kashmir issue has brightened after the September 11 incidents. Never before has the international community given a thought to find a solution to the issue as seriously as now,'' Hurriyat chairman Abdul Gani Bhat said. He was delivering the presidential address at a seminar on ''Resolution of Kashmir issue, a key to peace in South Asia,'' organised by the 23-party conglomarate in connection with the 34th death anniversary of Maulana Mohammad Yousuf Shah, religious and political leader of undivided Kashmir who died in exile in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Bhat said the message to the people from the Hurriyat is that ''Kashmir issue will be resolved soon and people will get soon and people will get justice''.