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Talking to The Hindu, he said, "In the past there were several serious problems which the conglomerate had to face and we were able to resolve them with the support of the people of Kashmir. Everyone has to bow before the people they represent and none is an exception."
On the rift between the Jamait-e-Islami leader, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, and the People's Conference chairman, Sajjad Lone, he said, "I do not call the situation as grim and efforts are continuing to get a just solution. We would certainly be able to resolve the issues and it will not be a problem."
"Asked about Mr. Geelani's accusation that the APHC did not perform its role to the best of its ability during the boycott of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections, he said, "I do not want to comment on the issue."
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