NC for strong Indo-Pak ties
Srinagar, Dec 20: Senior National Conference leader and Member Parliament Dr Mehboob Beigh on Monday emphasized on the need to take the progress made by New Delhi’s interlocutors on Kashmir to a “logical and meaningful end.”
“Till now New Delhi has appointed many interlocutors to address the issues of Kashmiri people, but without any results. Therefore, while we welcome the ongoing activities of the three interlocutors, it is imperative that these efforts prove fruitful and end on a positive note,” Dr Beg said during NC convocation at Khanabal here in south Kashmir.
Dr Beg said the NC was in favour of strong Indo-Pak ties, which he said, were necessary for a peace and stability of the region.
“Both countries are facing extremism, but have capability to solve all the outstanding issues including Kashmir,” he said, adding that, NC would leave no stone unturned to strengthen the relationship between India and Pakistan.
Asking BJP leadership not to give "misleading statements" which would hurt the people of the state, Dr Beg said, “We appeal BJP leaders especially L K Advani to keep the national interest in mind and desist from giving misleading statements which hurts the people of Jammu and Kashmir and threaten the national integrity," he said.
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