India will have to be flexible for Kashmir solution: Sikandar
7 April 2006
The Pakistan Tribune
Kotli: Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan has said that India will have to adopt flexibility for Kashmir solution because the core issue will not settle by mere launching of bus service, delegations exchange and opening of crossing points. Sardar Sikandar was addressing different delegations here in Prime Minister House on Friday. 'President General Pervez Musharraf fully tried to settle the long-standing issue of Kashmir by presenting the right proposals of demilitarization and self-governance in two parts of Kashmir but India's duality retarding the move for Kashmir resolution', he said. AJK Prime Minister observed that Kashmir issue must be resolved in line with Kashmiris aspirations for bringing peace and prosperity in South Asia.He said that Muslim Conference was playing an important role for highlighting Kashmir issue internationally. Sardar Sikandar noted that Azad Kashmir saw great developments after Muslim Conference came in power here. About Indo-US civilian nuclear cooperation agreement, he said as Pakistan is US's frontline ally in war against terrorism, similar Pak-US deal is essential for the balance of power in the region.