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‘Pakistan has ditched Kashmiris’

The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief said that he doesn't expect any result from the summit because the principal party, the Kashmiri people, have not been included in the dialogue. Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leader Yasin Malik has charged Pakistan with "ditching" Kashmiris and said that he does not expect any result from the Vajpayee-Musharraf summit as the "principal party" - the people of Kashmir - have not been included in the dialogue.

While flaying Pakistan for "ditching the Kashmiris when it mattered most", Malik praised Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, saying that he was a "sincere person who wants to resolve the Kashmir issue".

"I do not think there will be any outcome at the summit because the principal party to the Kashmir dispute are not represented at it," Malik said.

Claiming that the Kashmir issue was neither a border nor a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan, Malik said that it was "directly concerned with the people of Jammu and Kashmir".

Malik also opposed any kind of division of Kashmir. He said that a division of Kashmir on communal lines would be a disaster not only for Kashmiris but also for South Asia. There would be a bloodbath like the one witnessed at the time of Partition in 1947, he said.

On the Centre's interlocutor K C Pant's holding negotiations with leaders of various groups in Kashmir, Malik said, "They have invited only pro-India leaders who are their own people."

Malik favoured a peace process on the pattern of Nagaland.

"When the Government of India started a peace process in Nagaland, there were three agreements - talks will be at prime ministerial level, there will be no precondition, and talks will be only between the prime minister of India and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland, and even the chief minister of Nagaland is not involved in the process. The outcome is that there is a complete ceasefire and thousands of lives have been saved," Malik said. 

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