Baramulla, Dec 02 : National Conference working president and former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Farooq Abdullah on Sunday visited Baramulla to pay condolence prayers to renowed advocate Ghulam Mahidin who was died few days back after brief illness at Srinagar hospital.
Former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah was speaking with meida on the sidelines of condolence meeting, stressed upon initiation of talks with Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir issue. He said that the Centre should take precise steps which can solve the Kashmir issue so that people live there peacefully and proper.
Former Chief Minister said that the day when India and Pakistan will be friends, Kashmir issue will get resolved on its own.
He said that two countries have to talk to each other to find an amicable solution to the decade pending Kashmir issue,”
India and Pakistan must resume dialogue. My stand is clear that we are a part of India and will remain so in future also but we must share a friendly relationship with Pakistan. And I (Farooq Abdullah) say it today as well that ‘Azad Kashmir’ is part of Pakistan and this part of Kashmir is ours (India),” he added.