NC has always worked for better Indo-Pak ties: Farooq
National Conference president Farooq Abdullah said his party has always worked for better ties between India and Pakistan besides ensuring equitable development of all the three regions of Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar: National Conference President and
Union minister Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said his party has always
worked for better ties between India and Pakistan besides
ensuring equitable development of all the three regions of
Jammu and Kashmir.
Abdullah conveyed this to the three-member team of
Centre`s interlocutors on Kashmir which called on him at his
Gupkar residence here, NC said in a statement.
The team, currently on a visit to Jammu and Kashmir, was
led by eminent journalist Dileep Padgaonkar.
Abdullah briefed the interlocutors in detail about the
prevailing political situation and the problems being faced by
He briefed the interlocutors about the history of National
Conference, its strategy and manifesto and the stand of the
party on the Kashmir issue.
"National conference has always worked as a strong bridge
for friendly ties between India and Pakistan. The party has
been making attempts for an everlasting peace in the
sub-continent," Abdullah said.
He said his party has always played a key role in
maintaining the communal harmony, ensuring equitable
development of all the three regions - Jammu, Kashmir and
Abdullah also met a delegation of newly elected Sarpanchs
and Panchs from Kokernag area of Anantnag district at his
"You have been elected by voters through their valued
votes and now it is your moral duty to render selfless service
to the people," he told the delegation.