UJC sets conditions for talks, says India needs to prove its sincerity
Srinagar: The conglomerate of local militant outfits, United Jehad Council (UJC) Thursday said that they are ready for talks provided the government of India accepts its three conditions.
UJC Chief, Syed Salahuddin while addressing a press conference in Pakistan said that India should admit that Jammu and Kashmir is a dispute that can be resolved in the light of UN resolutions through tripartite talks.
Syed Salahuddin said that the militant leadership will support the separatist leadership in case they wish to start a dialogue process with India.
“Since India is not sincere on talks, we have laid down our three conditions. Let India declare Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territory and accept there are three parties involved in the dispute. Let India accept Kashmir issue will be resolved in the light of UN resolutions as per the aspirations of people of Kashmir, we will fully support the Hurriyat leadership,” he said.
“For any dialogue process to bear fruits it has to be meaningful,” the UJC chief said.
He said that from the past seven decades India has been illegally ruling Kashmir and in the name of dialogue it has always committed a fraud.
“When no option was offered to us, the youth of Kashmir took to arms. Under present circumstances, armed struggle remains the only way out,” he said and added that India is eager to change the Muslim demography of Jammu and Kashmir.
“India is playing with the honour and dignity of Kashmiri women by chopping off their braids. The irony is that the world community is silent while Pakistan needs to play proactive role on diplomatic and political front,” he said.
Syed Salahuddin said that India used dilly dally tactics to avoid the implementation of UN resolutions on Kashmir.
He said that India used ways and means to snatch the rights of people and adopted different tactics to cheat the world community.