Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani has urged Pakistani leadership not to enter into any dialogue with India until such time that Kashmir issue becomes part of the agenda; for, he rightly said, no dialogue could succeed unless New Delhi recognised that the occupied Valley is a long-standing dispute. In his opinion India was trying to gain time and was not serious in resolving the confict. Kashmiri leadership, Ali Geelani said, has linked any possibility of a dialogue with New Delhi with its acceptance of the state as disputed. He demanded the withdrawal of its forces, end to black laws and torture and review of its fascist policies. Geelani was also telling the truth when he remarked that the day-to-day happenings in the Valley were the worst form of state terrorism. The question is that why the world community has closed its eyes and turned its back on the innocent Kashmiri people struggling to secure their right of self-determination recognised by the United Nations six decades back. The Kashmiri leadership look to Pakistan for support in their cause. They realise that a strong Pakistan alone could rid them of the untold miseries and atrocities of the occupation forces. It is about time that Pakistani leadership decided not to initiate any dialogue with India unless it agrees to put Kashmir on the top of its agenda.