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Farooq Abdullah wants US, China help to resolve Kashmir issue

23 July 2017, 12:49 | Stacy Ballard

US China should mind their business Mehbooba Mufti

Mehbooba Mufti

"If you want to resolve Kashmir issue there is no other way", Peoples Democratic Party's Sartaj Madni was quoted by a news gathering agency as having said. See what they have made up of Syria, see the situation of Afghanistan and Iraq.

Mufti's comments come a day after, former J&K chief minister Farooq Abdullah courted controversy after he said that India should take help of ally countries like U.S. and China to resolve Indo-Pak conflict in Kashmir. "Does Farooq sahib wish the same fate as Iraq and Syria on us?" she said.

Referring to statements from the U.S. and China expressing their willingness to play a role, he said the government could use its friends to get the dialogue started. Kashmir is India's and we will resolve the issue within the country. We didn't tell him.

China on July 13 said it was willing to play a "constructive role" in improving relations between India and Pakistan, but the Ministry of External Affairs today rejected any external help.

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"India has many friends across the nation".

In response to India's denial to offer Friday prayers to Kashmiris in occupied valley, Nafees Zakaria, FO spokesman, said the restriction was "in violation of relevant worldwide laws on religious freedom and fundamental rights" and termed it "deplorable". Will you wait for 1,000 years? Sometimes you have to do it. He said the people of the state trusts the Modi government and it was "evident" from the fact that many young people were joining armed forces and the state police and becoming central government officers.

"If India is ready to talk to China and does not want to get into war, then they can talk to Pakistan also", he added.

The NC working president said it was imperative to ensure that the reportage from Kashmir, especially that by the electronic media, was factual and free from any hyperboles, biases and prejudice. "Or he wants our state to prosper?" the CM asked. "His flip-flops on Kashmir reek of hypocrisy", Mr Rao said in remarks that were later echoed by Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh.



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