NEW DELHI: Indian Congressman and the former member of Indian parliament Mani Shankar described Kashmir issue being the biggest milestone to be surpassed if the two countries want serious progress on other sectors, reports SAMAA.
He said all the other longstanding issues would automatically come to logical and easily attained solution as soon as both the countries become able to unravel Kashmir dispute.
Addressing newsmen at Karachi Press Club, Shankar said two countries showed sincere readiness to some extent and became able to resolve Kashmir row through strings of dialogue during the times of former President Musharraf. “Process of dialogue was underway as long as Musharraf stood clang to the power,” he mentioned.
According to their nature, all the disputes need only love, affection and seriousness to get unstitched, Shankar observed, making it clear that war cannot become answer to any dispute. SAMAA