ISLAMABAD - PML-Q presidential candidate Mushahid Hussain Sayed here on Tuesday asked PPP's presidential contender Asif Ali Zardari to declare his assets, otherwise, Q-League would challenge his candidature in the ECP.   Addressing a press conference after a seminar on Kashmir, he said that Zardari was the expected 'de facto president' as President Pervez Musharraf had gifted him with NRO. He said that in order to save the country from 71 like crisis and the current political and economical instabilities, it was need of the hour that all political parties should cast votes in his favour on September 6. "Asif Ali Zardari is misusing government machinery, perks and privileges while sitting in PM House," he stated, adding that he was illegally taking advantage of it as PPP co-chairman.  He said that PPP presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari was not clean and stressed that he (Zardari) must declare his assets, otherwise, PML-Q would file a writ in Election Commission to challenge his presidential candidature. Responding to a question, Mushahid said he has no house in Islamabad and using the vehicle of his wife while he possessed a land of 50 acres in his native village. On the other hand, he said that his rival contender Asif Ali Zardari was the owner of the property worth trillion of rupees. Mushahid challenged Asif Ali Zardari on a TV talk so that the people of Pakistan could know the vision of the Presidential candidates. About contacts of PML-Q members with Zardari, he said that there was no harm in meetings and dialogue. "All the MPs will cast their votes according to their conscience," he added.  He said that the President of Pakistan should have a vision about Kashmir, as it was the issue of humanity. He said that Asif Ali Zardari should explain his position about the news of his health, published in a section of foreign press. About role of Army and America in national politics, he said, "Let the people of Pakistan decide. We don't need any NOC from the GHQ or the White House." Responding a query, PML-Q's presidential candidate said that he was quite optimistic of his victory in the September 6 election. "I am ready to accept the decision, either in my favour or against, but will fight like boxer Muhammad Ali who used to not give up till the last moment," he maintained. Earlier, speaking at a conference on 'Perspective approaches of the prevailing Kashmir imbroglio' he said that an international conference on Kashmir be convened to find the ways to resolve the human rights violation in Indian occupied territory.  "The representatives of NGOs, civil society organisations, opinion leaders and parliamentarians with Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch should be invited in the conference to highlight the Kashmir cause and expose Indian oppression of human rights in held Kashmir," he proposed. Mushahid said that Pak-India dialogue could only flourish if the lingering Kashmir dispute was resolved according to the aspirations of the people of Kashmir. He was of the view that Kashmir issue had become a focal point internationally and added that dialogue was the only way to solve the thorny dispute. "Government must pay all its attention to the issue as without peaceful solution to Kashmir dispute, we cannot move in a right direction," he added. He said that US must also play its due role for Kashmir's solution. He said that an Action Group of Muslim leaders of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Turkey and Senegal should be set up to meet UN Secretary General, new US President and European Union leaders for settlement of Kashmir issue. Mushahid proposed dialogue at three levels - Intra-Kashmir dialogue, Pakistan-India and Tripartite dialogue, including Pakistan, India and Kashmiri representatives for resolution of Kashmir issue. He said that All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) should be recognised, as the legitimate representative of Kashmiri people, like Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO). Mushahid called for de-linking Kashmir and Palestine issues from the 'War on Terror' as those were issues of self-determination and popular aspirations and not terrorism. "The time has proved that use of force has not resolved the issues of Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kashmir," he said and added that the international community should realise that if there was no peace in Middle East without settlement of Palestine issue, there would be no peace in South Asia without resolution of Kashmir dispute. He said despite the peace process between India and Pakistan, there is no let up in repression in held Kashmir, which leads to resistance. He added that Kashmir insurgency remained popular, indigenous, spontaneous and widespread. The other speakers, including former foreign secretary Akram Zaki, Shirin Mazari, Farooq Rehmani, Dr Nazar Hussain and others also spoke on the occasion and highlighted the gross human rights violations by the Indian occupation forces in held Kashmir.