ISLAMABAD - The only solution to Jammu & Kashmir dispute that would be acceptable to Kashmiri people is the right of self-determination in accordance with the UN resolution. Executive Director Kashmir Centre in Brussels, Barrister A Majeed Taranbo said this while talking to TheNaiton on Saturday. Taranbo said both the nuclear powers needed to estimate the level of sensitivity of the issue. Bilateral dialogue between the two countries would be meaningless until the genuine Kashmiri leadership including armed movement leaders was included in the dialogue. He further said that Kashmiris fighting for their freedom were freedom fighters. This right has been given to them under the United Nations Charter that allows the nations to fight against the occupational forces, he said. India itself has admitted in the United Nations that it will regard the wishes and desires of the people of Jammu & Kashmir. He said that India supported the Mukti Bahini movement when East Pakistan was separated. At that time, Indias version was that people in East Pakistan were demanding a separate country, so their struggle was acknowledged and supported by the then Indian regime. Now in case of Kashmir, the standards and parametre of India are contrary to its earlier stance, he regretted. Such double standard is not appreciated at international level, he maintained. To a question he said that confidence-building measures between India and Pakistan were continuation of bilateralism since last sixty years. After the nuclear test in 1998 and especially the Afgan war, the Kashmir issue has turned into world flash point. To a question whether the solution through back door diplomacy would be acceptable to Kashmiri leadership, he said, Kashmiris have given more than 80,000 sacrifices for the right of self-determination not for the self-governance or so called freedom. The only possible solution to dispute is right of self-determination. The solution if possible is only through the resolution of the Untied Nations, he repeated. Taranbo said, Jammu, Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan and Ladakh were the part of Jammu and Kashmir. It would be appropriate if both the stakeholders India and Pakistan respected the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Jammu and Kashmir. Respect among the stakeholders will help in resolving the issues peacefully. This is the time we needed to sit and accept the realities, he concluded.