Poonch: Pakistan's mindless shelling scars education in schools of Jammu and Kashmir

Poonch: Pakistan's mindless shelling scars education in schools of Jammu and Kashmir

Farooq Abdulla during an interview to a daily said, "For how long are you going to wait?"

Responding to National Conference (NC) president and Member of Parliament Farooq Abdullah's statement that India should take help from U.S. and China to resolve the Kashmir issue, Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said today that USA and China should mind their own business. "Asked if he meant that a "third party" should be involved, Abdullah said, "(US President) Donald Trump has said he wants to settle the Kashmir problem.

He said the only way to solve the issue by dialogue.

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 global laws on religious freedom and fundamental rights" and termed it "deplorable". "Somebody has to be approached", Abdullah said. China has also said it wants to mediate in Kashmir. China has also said it wants to mediate in Kashmir ... We didn't tell him. 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 you want to have talks, then keep America, Turkistan, and English-tan out", she said.

Rahul Gandhi says that the problems emanating in Kashmir are the internal business of India and the policies of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and NDA are the one responsible for the ongoing crisis in the state.

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In the latest "Country Report on Terrorism 2016", released on Wednesday, the U.S. used "Azad Jammu and Kashmir" to describe Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

"You need to find a solution".

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi too flayed any attempt for third party intervention to resolve the issue, saying "Kashmir is India". India accuses Pakistan of arming and training militants fighting since 1989 to secede Kashmir.

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