‘Cen­tre should start dI­a­logue’

The Sunday Guardian - - Nation -

SRI­NA­GAR: For­mer Jammu and Kash­mir Chief Min­is­ter and Na­tional Con­fer­ence pres­i­dent Fa­rooq Ab­dul­lah has sug­gested that In­dia and Pak­istan ac­cept present re­al­i­ties and start a di­a­logue process to give “max­i­mum au­ton­omy to both parts of Kash­mir”, adding that is the only so­lu­tion to the “present Kash­mir mess”. Ab­dul­lah was talk­ing to this re­porter on the side­lines of an NC func­tion at the party head­quar­ters on Satur­day.“Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi should an­nounce bold steps to re­solve the Kash­mir is­sue and give Kash­miris back what suc­ces­sive Cen­tral gov­ern­ments have sanc­tioned from them,” he said.Noor-ul-Qam­rain

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