Srinagar: Moderate Hurriyat Conference on Wednesday voiced concern over the growing incidents of ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir and said that India and Pakistan need to show political far-sightedness to deal with the tense situation.
"The loss of life and property on the borders due to increased hostility between India and Pakistan coupled with? displacement of people from their homes are?cause for concern.
"The two countries need to exhibit patience and show political far-sightedness to deal with the tense situation," Hurriyat said in a statement after a meeting chaired by its chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at his residence here.
It the meeting, the executive members of Hurriyat discussed the ongoing political situation with special emphasis on the proposed meeting between National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan besides discussing in?detail the tension on borders.
Stressing that the good relations between India and Pakistan were "inevitable for the peace of the region", the Hurriyat said?participants reiterated that Kashmir was the core issue between the two countries and its resolution was imperative?for bringing peace and stability to South Asia.