NC always advocated Indo-Pak talks: J&K minister
Srinagar: Hailing the recent Indo-Pak talk
process, a Jammu and Kashmir minister has said the National
Conference has always advocated for holding dialogue between
the two countries.
"Our (NC) stand has been vindicated by both countries
(India and Pakistan) by agreeing to talk to each other for
resolving all bilateral issues," Law Minister Ali Mohammad
Sagar said here yesterday.
NC has always advocated for holding dialogue between
India and Pakistan, he told a party gathering.
The people of the state were looking forward to the
outcome of the dialogue process, the minister said, adding
that a peaceful relationship between the two countries can go
a long way in boosting bilateral trade and related activities.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh held talks with his
Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani on the sidelines of
the 17th SAARC summit organised in Maldives earlier this week.
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