PMs of India, Pak should have direct talks on Kashmir: JKNPP
Srinagar: Seeking the direct involvement of
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for a solution to the Kashmir
issue, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party today urged
him to engage his Pakistani counterpart Syed Yousuf Raza
Gilani in a dialogue on the vexed matter.
"We urge the PM to initiate serious direct and talks with
Pakistan PM to find a solution to the complicated Kashmir
problem", JKNPP chairman Bhim Singh told reporters here.
He said under the Shimla agreement, signed between the
two countries in 1972, India and Pakistan had agreed to
continue the talks at the level of heads of the states till
final settlement of the issue.
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