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Hurriyat (M) to go ahead with Pak visit
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SRINAGAR, Dec 5: Amid objections from Hurriyat Conference (G), the Hurriyat Conference (M) today announced to go ahead with its Pakistan visit.

In a statement a spokesman of Hurriyat (M) said leaders of his faction are the real representative of the people. “Our leaders are going to visit Pakistan on the special invitation of Pakistan and we are expecting good results from it,” he said.

The spokesman added that during Pakistan visit, Hurriyat (M) will get an opportunity to check the progress for the permanent resolution of Kashmir issue because India is reluctant in its resolution since long. “The primary party - Kashmiris - have suffered more in every respect,” he added.

The spokesman said both India and Pakistan are nuclear powers creating tension that results in miseries to the people of Kashmir.

“Basic objective behind Hurriyat establishment is to resolve the Kashmir issue according to wishes and aspirations of people under the resolutions adopted by United Nations. During Pakistan visit, our delegation will meet with the leadership of ruling and opposition parties including various renowned personalities,” said the spokesman.


News Updated at : Wednesday, December 5, 2012
 
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Hurriyat (M) to go ahead with Pak visit
SRINAGAR, Dec 5: Amid objections from Hurriyat Conference (G), the Hurriyat Conference (M) today announced to go ahead with its Pakistan visit. In a statement a spokesman of Hurriyat (M) said leaders of his faction are the real representative of the people. “Our leaders are going to visit Pakistan on the special invitation of Pakistan and we are expecting good results from it,” he said. The spokesman added that during Pakistan visit, Hurriyat (M) will get an opportunity to check the progress
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