Shun hostility, give peace a chance: NC to India and Pakistan

Srinagar: National Conference (NC) General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar on Saturday asked both India and Pakistan to shun their differences and initiate result oriented talks on Kashmir.

Addressing a one day convention of Block Habba Kadal, Sagar rued the non seriousness exhibited by BJP led government at the centre. “In spite of having a clear majority in the parliament, PM Narendra Modi and his party BJP has failed to deliver on ground when it comes to changing the current narrative on Kashmir. He has the power to bring all the stakeholders on board and effectively deal with the situation but alas nothing much is coming out of his kitty. We expected a statesmanship approach from him,” he said.

The NC General Secretary expressed dismay at the recurrent border shelling. He said, “The frequent LoC, IB skirmishes between the two neighbours have never yielded anything other than killing innocents on both sides. It is therefore time for an end to hostility between India and Pakistan.”

“Both the countries need to understand that we are the basic sufferers of the conflict and any attempt made by the two countries to end hostility will be warmly welcomed by National Conference which has always been an advocate of dialogue,” Sagar said.

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