Peshawar, Dec.2 : The Pak-India People's Forum for Peace and Democracy, NWFP chapter will visit India to decrease tension between the people of India and Pakistan in the aftermath of Mumbai terrorist attacks.
Talking to Daily Times on Monday, the forum's chairman Khwaja Waseem said that the Mumbai chapter of Pak-India forum has invited the NWFP chapter to India on December 7 for playing its role and decreasing tension between the two nuclear neighbours caused by Mumbai terrorist attacks which killed about 200 people and injured hundreds.
"The Mumbai terrorist attacks have wrecked the 14-year peace process of the Pak-India forum. The Indian government should issue responsible statements and should not make accusations against Pakistan without having concrete evidences," Waseem said.
He said that the Indian government and political leaders should stop issuing irresponsible statements and seek to ease tensions between the two countries.
Pak-India forum, NWFP chapter secretary-general Qaiser Khan expressed deep concern over the Indian Government's accusations against Pakistan before carrying investigation.
He said such statements would not only slow down peace process between the two countries, but would also greatly affect Pak-India forum's 14-years efforts for people to people contacts between the two countries.
He said that during their visit to India, they would tell the Indian people that war was no solution to any problem as people of both the countries were badly affected by wars in past.