Kashmir unrest: Syed Ali Shah Geelani lists measures for return of peace

Hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Sunday listed six confidence building measures that the Centre should take for return of peace to Kashmir.

PTI July 17, 2016 19:50:36 IST
Kashmir unrest: Syed Ali Shah Geelani lists measures for return of peace

Srinagar: Hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Sunday listed six confidence building measures that the Centre should take for return of peace to Kashmir.

Kashmir unrest Syed Ali Shah Geelani lists measures for return of peace

File image of Geelani. AFP

The measures include rapid "demilitarization" process of population centers and repeal of "draconian" laws like AFSPA and Public Safety Act.

The measures were suggested by Geelani in a letter written to several international bodies, including the UNSC, and Heads of States.

Among others, the letter has been addressed to Prime Ministers of Pakistan and Turkey, King of Saudi Arabia and Presidents of China and Iran.

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