PDP appreciative of constitutional changes in Pakistan
Jammu: The Peoples Democratic Party Saturday
said the constitutional changes in Pakistan would create an
atmosphere more conducive to resolving the Kashmir issue.
The changes sought to be brought about through the
constitutional package introduced in that country`s parliament
could strengthen democratic forces throughout South Asia,
create a sobering effect and help build bridges of
understanding, party patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed said in a
"Democracies have their own terms of civilised
engagement and one could hope our country seizes the moment to
engage Pakistan in a purposeful dialogue aimed at resolving
Kashmir and other issues," he said.
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