ANKARA 

Speakers at a two-day international conference on Kashmir in Turkish capital of Ankara on Thursday, called for evolving a joint architecture between Turkey, Malaysia, Iran and Pakistan, to avoid recurrence of Kashmir like situations.

On Aug 5, India dissolved the state of Jammu and Kashmir and also stripped its autonomous character, it held for past 70-years. Speakers said the security alliance would help them to raise their issues of concern, more forcefully at the world forums.

They also rejected idea of maintaining status quo on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir and called for a meaningful dialogue between India

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