Pak open to dialogue with India for resolving all disputes including Kashmir: Zardari
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has reiterated that Islamabad wants to resolve all problems with India, including the long-standing Kashmir dispute, in an amicable manner.
Zardari expressed these views while talking to a delegation of AJK journalists led by Central Union of Journalists (CUJ) Secretary General Aamir Qureshi at the Presidency, The Nation reported.
According to Qureshi, the President said that the Kashmiris would not be left alone at any juncture, adding, “We want meaningful, productive and amicable results with India on equal footings.”
Zardari rued the fact that people of Kashmir were facing bloodshed and other violence with courage, and said that the PPP govt was struggling hard to give equal rights to all Kashmiris.
“Our sheer determination and will for the sake of millions of Kashmiris will continue as Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto too wanted a durable solution of the dispute,” he reaffirmed the commitment.