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Farraginous timing of Indian Peace Conference

08 December, 2003

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A high-profile politicians and intellectuals' conference, ‘Peace Dividend’ on 12-13 December 2003, is scheduled by 'The Hindustan times' putting forth the leaders of South Asia to discuss its future in economic, geo-political and strategic outlook.


Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and an Awami National Party delegation, headed by Asfand Yar Wali; Grandson of Abdul Ghaffar Khan(Sarhadi Gandhi), whose resilient views to logical solution of Kashmir are too well known to all, propose to attend this meeting giving the impression to the world as Pak representation..


Incidentally inauguration dates coincide with the Fall-of-Dhaka days thirty two years ago.

What do you think about the contents, timing and the representation of Pakistan in the conference?


How do you think participants will not deviate from the proposed topic?


Will the ‘invited’ personnel from Pakistan advocate Kashmiris’ right of ‘self determination’?

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