Will cooperate in talks if India accepts Kashmir as dispute: UJC

The United Jehad Council has said it would support the dialogue process and cooperate if India accepts Kashmir as dispute and resolves it in the light of UN resolutions.
The UJC Chief Syed Salahuddin while addressing a gathering in Muzaffarabad said they welcome the ceasefire initiative initiated by Indian Prime Minister NarendraModi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
He however, said this initiative would materialize only when India will show honesty, seriousness and character.
“India has wounded the hearts of Kashmiri people to an extent that none is going to believe in India’s phoney war. If India is really sincere and serious about dialogue then it should respect the aspirations of people of Jammu and Kashmir,” UJC chief said and lauded the role of people and Hurriyat leadership. CNS