Monday, July 16, 2012

Panun Kashmir welcomes Obamas statement

Welcoming US President Barak Obama's statement on Jammu and Kashmir, Panun Kashmir nowadays said it's in tune with India's position that no external intervention of any kind are often allowed within the affairs of the State.

"We welcome the statement of Barak Obama that no external intervention of any kind are often brought into the affairs of Jammu and Kashmir," Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, president of Panun Kashmir, said in a very statement issued here nowadays.

Chrungoo said the PK in a very meeting of its affairs of state termed the statement of Mr Obama as in tune with the Indian position that J&K is an integral a part of India and no external intervention is needed in its affairs.

Ruling out any answer from "outside" to the difficulty of Jammu and Kashmir, Obama had yesterday underlined that disputes between India and Pakistan will solely be resolved by the 2 countries themselves.

He said the Simla Agreement of 1972 has categorically denied any third party intervention in J&K Affairs, Chrungoo said, adding subsequently the Parliament resolution of 1994 unanimously declared that entire J&K as well as the portion below forcible occupation of Pakistan and China is integral a part of India.

Virender Raina, national spokesperson of the PK, said that the overwhelming sentiment of the individuals has invariably been for the whole merger of Jammu and Kashmir with the Union of India and their aspiration must be kept in mind.

The meeting among others was attended by Upinder Kaul general secretary PK, J L Kaul vice chairman, Kamal Bhagati, N M Gadroo and Vijay Qazi.

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