Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that establishing trade links across the Line of Control would lead to the liberation of Kashmir from the clutches of the Indian occupation forces. This flight of imagination is based on false hopes. Such an approach would rather lead to offering Kashmir to New Delhi on a silver platter. Mr Gilani should realise that the founder of his party, late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, had pledged to fight for 1000 years for the right of the Kashmiri people. Similarly, late Benazir Bhutto never thought of surrendering Kashmir to the Indians. If the government would continue to pursue duality in its Kashmir policy pledging support for Kashmiris right to freedom from India and in the same breath promoting trade that go against this resolve it would damage the cause of the Kashmiris. It is painful to learn that while our Premier is trying to please India by talking of trade links, the Indian Air Chief is ordering air force to be on alert keeping in mind the volatile situation in Pakistan. Mr Prime Minister, by signing a strategic agreement with Afghanistan, India is trying to destabilise Pakistan. It is about time that you revisit your Kashmir policy and launch a campaign at political and diplomatic forums for a peaceful and just solution of the dispute.