Srinagar: Ruling out any chances of third party intervention, J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Saturday rubbished opposition National Conference president Farooq Abdullah’s statement about third praty intervention to resolve Kashmir issue.
“There can be no place for a third party intervention in Jammu and Kashmir,” she told reporters on the sidelines of a function in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
While rejecting the US and Chinese intervention to mediate in Kashmir issue, Mehbooba said that those two foreign nations should “mind their own business.”
“We all know what is the situation of the countries wherever they intervened, be it Afghanistan, Syria or Iraq. Does Farooq Sahab want the same situation in Kashmir?” she asked.
“China has its own problems to deal with in Tibet. We have a map here which is that we, India and Pakistan, have to talk even after war. We have to talk bilaterally and what can America, Turkey or England do with us,” the Chief Minister said.