December 2004 News

JKNLF Rejects Kashmir Division

20 December 2004
The Pakistan Tribune

Bradford: Jammu Kashmir National Liberation Front (JKNLF) has rejected all the suggestions for the division of Kashmir. Kashmir division was rejected through a resolution that was passed in a meeting held on the occasion of the reconstitution of JKNLF (Bradford branch) of Europe zone here on Monday. Number of party members attended the meeting. The resolution said that Kashmiris would not allow the partition of Kashmir merely on the basis of religion and its geographical position. Jammu and Kashmir is the combined State of Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and Christians, it said. The resolution said that the only solution of the Kashmir issue is to unite the divided units of State of Jammu and Kashmir and all the matters should be handed over to Kashmiris. It noted that Kashmir resolution would end Pak-India rift after which both the countries will utilize their resources on country's masses rather than on military equipment. It said that solution of Kashmir would bring prosperity in the South Asian region.


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