AIMMM Endorses PM's Vision of Friendship with Pakistan
AIMMM Endorses Prime Minister’s Vision of Peace and Friendship Treaty with Pakistan
Calls upon Pakistan to Share the Vision to Resolve Bilateral Problems
Appeals to People and Political Parties to support PM’s Road Map for Kashmir Settlement
New Delhi, 27 March,
2006: "The All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM) appreciates and fully endorses PM Dr. Manmohan Singh’s vision of Treaty of Peace, Security and Friendship between India and Pakistan. Pakistan’s acceptance of this proposal in principle can serve as a viable frame of reference for expeditious settlement of the Kashmir dispute as well as other bilateral problems between the two countries.
The Treaty, itself, when it becomes a reality, shall give a new dimension to the status of South Asia in the community of nations and a powerful impetus to economic development of the entire region and to their bilateral economic relations and a new dynamism to the promotion of social and cultural contacts between heir peoples.
The Prime Minister has also proposed a viable Road Map for the settlement of Kashmir Dispute through eventual acceptance of the LOC as the border between the two parts of the state and establishing consultative mechanism for promoting intensive interaction between the two parts, thus accelerating their social and economic development. The border will eventually become irrelevant, and without redrawing it or transferring territory it will unite the people and not divide them.
The AIMMM is of the view that progress towards the sub-continental goal should not be hostage to terrorism receiving support in Pakistan or to the mistrust and suspicion persisting in the Indian security establishment.
The AIMMM appeals to the intelligentsia and the political parties in the country as well as to the militants and non-militant groups in the state to support the Prime Minister’s Road Map for Kashmir and Vision for the Sub-continent."
Sd/- Syed Shahabuddin
ALL INDIA MUSLIM
D-250, Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110 025 Phone:
2632 6780 Fax: 2632 7346 Email:
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