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Kashmir violence: Mufti pins hope on PM Narendra Modi, says J&K can become a bridge between India and Pakistan

As Kashmir remains tense, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Monday, met Home Minister Rajnath Singh to deliberate on the ongoing situation in the state.


Kashmir violence: Mufti pins hope on PM Narendra Modi, says J&K can become a bridge between India and Pakistan

New Delhi: As Kashmir remains tense, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Monday, met Home Minister Rajnath Singh to deliberate on the ongoing situation in the state.

Briefing the media after meeting Singh, the Peoples Democratic Party chief said, “There is a need to take the same initiative of winning hearts of J&K people, which was taken during former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee ji's tenure.”

Pinning hope on PM Narendra Modi, Mufti expressed confidence on the prime minister that he will initiate dialogue with people of J&K to address their problems.

“I believe there is a need to heal wounds of people of J&K. They are our own people and dialogue process in J&K can improve the situation in the Valley,” Mufti asserted.

J&K can become a bridge between India and Pakistan, if proper dialogue process is initiated,” the CM maintained.

Mufti had a discussion with the Home Minister about the situation in the wake of the Kashmir uprising that was triggered by the killing of militant commander Burhan Wani on July 8.

Over 55 people have been killed and over 5,000 people injured in clashes between the security forces and protestors.

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