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JKLF launches campaign for Kashmiris inclusion in Indo-Pak talks

The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has launched a campaign demanding inclusion of the people of the state in the ongoing peace talks between India and Pakistan on Kashmir.

Kokernag (J-K), May 21 : The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has launched a campaign demanding inclusion of the people of the state in the ongoing peace talks between India and Pakistan on Kashmir.

JKLF chief Yaseen Malik kicked off the campaign "Safar-e-Azadi" (Journey to Freedom) from Kokernag, about 90 kilometres from Srinagar, on Sunday.

"The main aim of the 'Journey of Freedom' is to show that though people welcome the peace initiative between India and Pakistan, but the Kashmir issue is not a border issue that would be solved by the two countries. The issue deals with the people of the state. They are also a party to the problem. So, they should be included in the peace talks," Malik demanded.

Last year, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader Amin Fahim, who led a delegation to India, said that his party had also been advocating tripartite talks between India, Pakistan and the Kashmiri leadership for solving the longstanding dispute.

However, JKLF, along with many other Jammu and Kashmir separatist parties, had boycotted the third roundtable on Kashmir, which was presided over by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi in April.

Malik's party did not attend the first two Round Table Conference in February and May last year also.

ANI

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