Division of Kashmir on religious basis impractical: India delegation
25 June 2003
News Network International
LAHORE: Visiting Indian parliamentary delegation has termed the division of Kashmir on religious lines as impractical. . They also urged that the core issue of Kashmir could only be resolved through interaction between the people of two countries. While talking to, 'Meet the press' here on Wednesday, the delegation said that both the countries should abolish their visa policies especially for the PMs. Same like the visa policy for journalists would also be relaxed for in order to create a harmony and an atmosphere of friendship between the people of both the countries, they added. They also suggested immigration office to be set up at Wahga border and immediate lifting the ban of issuance of visas for the convenience of general public. Responding to a question, they emphasized that both India and Pakistan should buried the past and live like good neighbours as people from both sides of the border have fed up by the wars fought previously, which is also great obstacle to achieve the economic excellence. To recognize Tibet as part of China hinted that India's far most changes in her policies and aspiration for having normal relation with neighboring courtiers, the delegation said. About the carnage and massacre in Gujrat, the delegation expressed their sorrow and apologized the Muslim Community for this heinous crime.