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Omar Abdullah-led Group of State Opposition Parties Meet PM Modi

Rufina Vignone | 30 Agosto, 2016, 05:07

"People must appreciate that after 2010 we learnt lessons that allowed us to bring six years of peace and calm in Jammu and Kashmir", former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah told India Today in an interview.

With Kashmir in turmoil, a delegation of opposition parties from the state will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi tomorrow to impress upon him the need for finding a political solution to the crisis by initiating a dialogue with all stakeholders.

"Though we faced no problems in Ladakh, the vehicles going to Ladakh have to travel from Kashmir Valley", Mr Sharma said.

Andrabi said Modi's response to these pro-India politicians explains their "uselessness" with regard to resolution of Kashmir issue.

"There has to be a dialogue and we need to find a permanent and lasting solution to the problem within the framework of the Constitution", he said.

"So many leaders are meeting the Prime Minister and raising this issue".

Later, Omar Abdullah told the media after the meeting thatthe Prime Minister also acknowledged that "only development can't resolvethe problem in Jammu and Kashmir. In other words, we understand the remarks of Prime Minister Modi and I appreciate it".

His direct reference to Kashmir came after several weeks of the spontaneous protests that began after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani on July 8.

"It is fruitful in the sense that we make them realise that the Prime Minister and the Home Minister and the entire Government of India are serious about resolving this".

A majority of victims have "multiple structural damage" to their eyes, the state government told the Jammu and Kashmir High Court, according to the daily. If we don't find a political solution to this, then every time we'll repeat the same mistakes.

Jaitley is playing politics on the current unrest in order to regain the losses BJP has suffered in Jammu due to its unfriendly and wrong approach towards the people in Jammu division after securing votes from them, a JKPCC spokesman said.

"The Prime Minister expressed deep concern and pain at the prevailing situation in the State".

"Kashimiri people do not want to live with Pakistan".

His outlining of the priorities assumes significance as the opposition has been accusing the Modi government of having no policy with regard to dealing with the unrest.

The memorandum submitted to the PM urged for political intervention in Jammu and Kashmir. "In 2008 and 2010, they gave the new face of stone pelting to their proxy war and that is what is happening in the valley this time also".

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