LONDON (NNI) - Chairman of Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Maulana Fazlur Rehman during a visit to the Kashmir Centre London said there could be no second opinion on the importance of Kashmir for Pakistan. He regretted that the dispute, which had not been resolved early, had gone through many phases. He said the latest uprising in Kashmir was indigenous in nature. Fazl expressed these views while a meeting where he said, We face a challenge in putting Kashmir back on the international agenda, adding that India had benefited from post-9/11 scenario and remained successful in enhancing influence on diplomatic and defence fronts. He also cited the recent Lisbon Summit as encouraging for India but reiterated the commitment of Pakistan and the people of Kashmir to continue highlighting the dispute at international level. Praising the Kashmiri and Pakistani Diaspora for the endeavours to keep the issue alive, Fazl said the solution of Kashmir was in Pakistans interest. Describing it as a good ome-n, he mentioned that Iran China and Norway supported the Kashmir cause while the European Union had already initiated discussion on the issue. He urged the Pakistani media to create awareness about Kashmir and said letters had been written to all the four provincial chief ministers, foreign office and diplomatic missions abroad to highlight the conflict in a vigorous manner. Executive Director Kashmir Centre Prof Nazir Ahmed Shawl in his welcoming address stressed the need for a positive dialogue between Pakistan and India to settle the lingering dispute amicably. He said Kashmir was an issue relating to the right of self-determination for which inclusion of Kashmiri leadership in the dialogue was imperative. AJK Information Minister Mahmood Riaz, Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo, Khurram Dastagir, Muhammad Ghalib, Nazir Qureshi, Zulfikar Ali, Irshad Ahmad Malik, Ch Jamal Tabassum, Raja Muhammad Ayub and Raja Zakir Kiyani also addressed the meeting while Pakistans Deputy High Commissioner to the UK Asif Durrani also attended the gathering.