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Hurriyat Conference, a terrorist organisation says former J&K DGP

india Updated: May 28, 2010 21:29 IST
Amir Karim Tantray

The Hurriyat Conference is actually a terrorist organisation and initiating any sort of dialogue process with them will hurt the national interest of India, said Jammu and Kashmir Former Director General of Police MM Khajuria.

Addressing a press conference here Friday, Khajuria said, "Separatists are actually the creation of Pakistan and are supporting terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. During his visit to the state, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shouldn't talk to these anti-national elements."

"Actually these separatist organisations are creation of Pakistan and wants to sabotage the atmosphere in India," Khajuria added.

He said that India is heading towards dialogue process with Pakistan but Pakistan on the other hand has disowned all moves made by former President and military dictator Pervez Musharraf. "Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on May 5 told national Assembly that Musharraf's policies had extensively harmed the Kashmir cause and added that they are trying to overcome the loss inflicted over Kashmir," said Khajuria.

"Now, India should also clear its stand and should clearly say that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and the dispute revolves around the vacation of the part of state occupied by Pakistan which the unanimous February 1994 Parliament resolution mandated the government of India to get vacated," Khajuria added.

Speaking on the occasion Chairman Panun Kashmir Ajay Chrungoo said, "During Thimphu meet, PM Manmohan Singh said that there is a need to first address the trust deficit between the India and Pakistan; I ask PM to elaborate it that how it could be addressed."

"Any dialogue without inclusion of nation loving people will not be acceptable to we people. We haven't given mandate to any one to talk on behalf of us," Chrungoo added.

On the other hand, Head Gulab Singh chair Hari Om said, "India is taking the issue of 26/11 with Pakistan and is demanding action. It is good but the GOI shouldn't only stick to 26/11 issue. India has witnessed many such attacks before and after 26/11."

"The terrorism which started in J&K has reached to other parts of country and each and every citizen of the country is on terrorist's target. The war against terror is the people's war and this realization alone will ensure that political class is barred from any compromise on the vital issue of sovereignty, national security and territorial integrity of India," Hari Om added.