Chairman Kashmir Committee and President Jamiat-e-Ulema-i-Islam-F Maulana Fazlur Rehmans statement that Kashmir is an issue of life and death for Pakistan rightly underlines the common sentiment across the length and breadth of the country. One fully agrees with him that the Western powers have turned a blind eye to the conflict. Also during the speech he made a special mention of Managing Director Nawa-i-Waqt group Majid Nizami for being a steadfast custodian of the Two Nation Theory. There is no disputing his assertion that India is trying to brush the issue of Kashmir under the carpet. Indeed India seems to be achieving its evil designs because the world powers do not take interest in its resolution, but go all out for befriending it. President Obama for instance who had promised to initiate efforts to resolve the issue during his election campaign has not on one occasion talked about it. Indeed the pity is that of late, our own government has not been proactively bringing up the dispute either during talks with India or at world forums. It is here that the role of institutions like Nawa-i-Waqt group and political parties come in. We must not forget that we cannot give up fighting for the cause; Kashmir is Pakistans jugular vein. Besides, the future of South Asia will remain uncertain if the conflict remains unresolved.