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At present juncture, people are looking for an alternative, which can deliver justice to the overwhelming majority, especially the toiling masses. However, the alternative cannot be achieved unless and until the masses organize themselves, get united and launch sustainable revolutionary struggles.

As a part of the globe, Kashmir also aspires for peace with dignity, prosperity and justice. We are sure that our people can achieve their rightful urges and aspirations and can also shape their future by sustained mass struggle. We pledge to contribute our bit towards this goal.

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KASHMIR: Calling for fresh initiatives

It is a good omen that just before these deliberations, India and Pakistan agreed to restart the comprehensive dialogue that was halted after 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks. It was after a break of two years that the Foreign Secretaries of the two countries held a friendly meeting and after briefing their respective governments, issued a statement which unveiled the road map for interactions between two Foreign Secretaries and the Foreign Ministers. It is also heartening that the Prime Ministers of both the countries have expressed optimism regarding the renewed dialogue. We not only welcome this decision but consider it an important imitative in itself. It is however imperative that the threads of the dialogue should be picked up from the point they were left off and no time should be wasted in unnecessary and ritualistic discussions.

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Broader platform needed for alternative policies

In order to discuss the prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir, a meeting of following political leaders took place at Srinagar today. Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami CPI (M) State Secretary, Hakim Mohammad Yasin president PDF and MLA, Sheikh Abdul Rehman former MP and state president Samajwadi Party, Muzaffar Shah ANC senior vice president, Abdul Rashid Kabuli former MP and president JKNDF, ID Khajuria president International Democratic Party, Abdul Rehman Tukru state secretary CPI and Sanjay Saraf youth president Lok Janshakti Party participated in the meeting and adopted the following communiqué: There is more than a single layer of problem that confronts the people in Jammu and Kashmir. And at its heart is the political uncertainty. This essential factor has had a huge impact all these years of the turmoil on all important dimensions of day to day life.

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No room for illusions, prepare for united struggle: JKPUF

Jammu KashmirPeople’s United Front, the newly formed umbrella organization of several political outfits held its second convention in Jammu on Sunday, the 19th of January. The well attended convention was held at Kathua, where the front leaders addressed the workers of the area. Explaining the aims and objectives of the front, the convener, Mohammd Yousuf Tarigami highlighted the acute problems and miserable conditions being faced by the people of the state. He exhorted the people to come out of slumber and prepare themselves for a relentless, protracted and result oriented struggle. No room for illusions, prepare for united struggles, he stressed. Highlighting the problems of the people and the insensitive approach of the government, Tarigami said that instead of taking concrete measures to mitigate the sufferings of the masses and provide good governance, the political parties, which have been ruling the state for decades are creating mere illusions and selling dreams for electoral gains.

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JKPUF organizes first public meeting

The Jammu and Kashmir Peoples United Front (JKPUF) today held its first public meeting at Sher-e-Kashmir Park attended by thousands of people who had come from different corners of the valley. Addressing the gathering, Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami CPI (M) State Secretary, urged the leadership of India-Pakistan to jointly work for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan which will prove to be beneficial for both the countries especially for the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Tarigami said the USA’s exit from Afghanistan in next year will provide a chance to India and Pakistan to show statesmanship in course correction and to strengthen their strained relations. He also criticized the deliberate erosion in credibility of institutions like Legislative Assembly saying the fate of the resolutions...

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