Dialogue Only Way to Peace in IIOJK: Kashmir Politician

Fri May 31 2024
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SRINAGAR: President National Conference Dr Farooq Abdullah has said that he would continue to stress that dialogue was the only way to spread peace in the disputed region.

In an interview with Indian media outlet, the former chief minister of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) also expressed the hope that the current government in power in India would be changed after the Lok Sabha election and that the new dispensation will pursue dialogue with Pakistan.

“I hope we see good election results with a new government in Delhi that will pursue dialogue with Pakistan,” Abdullah said.

He said though he has been labeled as a Pakistani, Khalistani, and American agent, he would not cease to advocate for dialogue between India and Pakistan.

The politician said The IIOJK will not be fine until these two big neighboring countries realize that war is no longer the way forward.

Abdullah called for an international probe into recent incidents of shooting saying, global pressure must be created, and international investigating agencies must probe the matter.

He expressed his desire for assembly elections, stating the Assembly elections will take place after the Amarnath Yatra ends this year.

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