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Hurriyat condemns Mumbai blasts Last Updated : 14 Jul 2011 05:55:05 PM IST File photo of Chairman of moderate Hurriyat faction Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.
Chairman of moderate Hurriyat faction Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday condemned the Mumbai serial blasts saying such incidents are orchestrated to derail the dialogue process between India and Pakistan.
"We are saddened by the huge loss of life in the Mumbai blasts and condemn it. Spilling the blood of innocents ? be it in Mumbai, Palestine, Karachi or Kashmir ? is a shameful and inhuman act," the Mirwaiz said in a statement.
He said such incidents are aimed at creating obstacles in the dialogue process. "Now, it depends on the leadership of the sub-continent to adopt a positive approach and carry the talks forward for finding solution to all outstanding issues including Kashmir," he said.
The Hurriyat Chairman said those involved in killing of innocent people "are enemies of humanity".
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