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PoK residents demand role in India- Pak peace talks

Muzaffarabad , Thu, 14 Jul 2011 ANI

Muzaffarabad, July 14 (ANI): Over 1,000 people in Pakistani-occupied Kashmir(PoK) have demanded a role in the latest round of India- Pakistan peace talks.


Foreign ministers of both India and Pakistan are scheduled to meet later this month in New Delhi.


Activists from radical groups rallied in Muzaffarabad and called for a holy war against India.


"Talks between India and Pakistan will be in vain without Kashmiri representation," the Daily Times quoted Hizbul Mujahideen group head Syed Salahuddin, as saying.


"We are not opposing the dialogue process but it will remain useless without the participation of Kashmiris," he added.


The latest round of peace talks between the two countries will be held after a gap of over two years.


The peace talks have focussed on the fate of the divided Himalayan region in Kashmir, peace and security and confidence building measures. (ANI)


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