Kashmir may face Gaza-like fate: Valley’s former chief minister

Afroza Hossain

India should hold a meeting with Pakistan on the Kashmir issue.

India should hold a meeting with Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. Otherwise, heaven will be like Gaza. Former Chief Minister of Kashmir Farooq Abdullah made such explosive comments criticizing the central government of India.

Addressing reporters on Tuesday (December 26), the National Conference party leader said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that war is not an alternative way to solve any problem. A solution should be arrived at through meeting or discussion. So where is the meeting? Nawaz Sharif is going to be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan. They are willing to negotiate with India. So why are we not ready to talk to them? What are the reasons?

He said, if we do not come to a solution through negotiations, then our fate will be like Gaza. Where Israel is bombing. Former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee once said, We can change our friends but not our neighbours.

Pakistan-backed separatists have attempted to cross the border into India many times before. Plans were made to carry out the attack. But India is repeatedly trying to thwart their sabotage plans by fighting fiercely.

Five Indian soldiers were killed in an attack by separatists in Poonch district last Thursday. Farooq made this comment in that context. Meanwhile, the BJP has also raised a counter tone. BJP leader of the valley Hina Shafi Bhatt said that a senior leader like Farooq Abdullah does not agree to compromise with Pakistan. This government will not bow down to Pakistan. we tried But they (Pakistan) have repeatedly stabbed us in the back.

‘Target killing’ of Kashmiri scholars has been on the rise for the last few years after the special status of Kashmir was revoked. As a result, the minorities of the valley are suffering from more insecurity.

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