Islamabad, Feb 5 (ANI): Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has urged India to withdraw its 'unfinished agenda' in Kashmir, and to renew talks with Pakistan afresh to resolve the decades old dispute.
Rehman, the chairman of the special parliamentary committee on Kashmir, also asked the Pakistani leadership to review its Kashmir policy and to pave the way for fresh dialogue on the Kashmir issue.
"New Delhi should fulfil its promise for the effective exercise of Kashmiri's rights, as envisaged in the relevant United Nations' resolutions," The Express Tribune quoted Fazl, as saying during a meeting of the Kashmir committee.
"Concepts of talks, mediation and military strategies should be defined on the dialogue table," he said, adding that the "Kashmir valley can play a role of bridge for endorsing peace between two South Asian nuclear neighbours."
He insisted that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) could not boost the Kashmir cause since efforts had suffered a major blow following the US' war on terror in 2001.
"It [PPP] should convey its message on Kashmir day to the Indian Congress regarding the reservations of the Kashmiri people," he said. (ANI)
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