The Kashmir issue is a burning question between Pakistan and India from seven decades. Innocent Kashmiris are paying their blood for the sake of independence for 70 years; almost 40,000 Kashmiris have been killed during last two decades. There are more than 52 Muslim countries in the world but unfortunately; Muslims have not much sympathy for the poor Kashmiri Muslims. 

The Tayyip Erdogan’s suggestion of multilateral dialogue for Kashmir dispute is a great and appreciative step. Muslim leaders of the world including ours should take some prominent actions for this crucial issue instead of quarrelling with each other, as Jalal ad-Din Rumi said “Raise your words, not voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.” 

MADIHA AFYAZ,  

Karachi, May 1.