Speakers at the fourth three-day Nazaria-i-Pakistan Conference spoke in various sessions but with one voice that India could not continue its illegal occupation of Kashmir Valley indefinitely and did not rule out the possibility of another armed conflict. They said without liberation of Indian-held Kashmir, Pakistan could not maintain its stability and territorial integrity. In their views the liberation struggle would continue till the final victory by driving last Indian soldier out from the Kashmiri soil. They also were unanimous that no dialogue process between India and Pakistan could succeed without participation of the legitimate Kashmiri leadership. Speaking on the occasion, President Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob Khan said that it was an irony that India being a terrorist country was trying to become the permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. This very UN body had passed two resolutions more than six decades back asking India to hold a free and fair plebiscite under the supervision of the United Nations. In his opinion it was unfair that liberation movement was being termed as terrorism and those innocent Kashmiris who were making the supreme sacrifice were being branded as terrorists. He went to the extent of saying that Kashmiri freedom fighters were offering historic sacrifices while fighting a liberation struggle against India, while Pakistani leadership was dying to have trade with New Delhi. Hafiz Mohammad Saeed of Jamaat-ud-Dawa said that since the United States, along with its Nato allies, could not sustain to prolong their stay in Afghanistan despite all their military might and financial resources, how would then India continue its occupation of held Kashmir. He bitterly criticised Pakistan government’s decision to grant India the status of Most Favoured Nation (MFN). Why has Parliament failed to debate the issue of MFN, he rightly questioned. Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan remarked that her government was supporting the cause of Kashmiri people and there was no question of any sell-out on this issue.

All the speakers at the conference were of the view that the right forum was needed where efforts could be initiated to bring the government and entire political leadership on one page regarding Kashmir struggle so that this core issue could be projected at the international level. They paid glowing tributes to Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust for organising such a conference where national issues were debated without prejudice.