`Resumed dialogue with Pak will offer relief’
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh
Congress Committee (JKPCC) president Saif-ud-Din Soz
expressed hope about the success of resumed Indo-Pakistan
dialogue and said several Confidence Building Measures (CBMs)
are in pipeline to offer relief to the people on both sides.
"UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh`s initiative to resume dialogue process with
Pakistan will be a success. Several CBMs are in the pipeline
and these will offer a lot of relief to the civil society on
both sides," Soz, a former union minister, said addressing
public meetings at Punir Jageer and Batagund in Tral belt of
south Kashmir Pulwama district.
Soz also expressed hope that the dialogue between the
Centre and state leaders would be resumed effectively.
The PCC president, who was accompanied by over a dozen
senior party leaders, assured the people of Tral that their
developmental demands would be met as early as possible.
He also assured the people that his party would do
everything possible to strengthen Panchayati Raj system in
the state to enable the people to enjoy democracy and fruits
of development at their door steps.
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