‘Shed confrontationist path to solve J&K issue’
Srinagar: India and Pakistan should carry
forward the positive change in their relations and shed
confrontationist and military approach to settle issues
between them, says a senior politician of Pakistan-occupied
"There has been a positive change in the relations
between India and Pakistan and efforts should be made to carry
it forward. The focus should be on reconciliation and
resolution of issues including Kashmir," so-called former
Prime Minister of PoK Sultan Mehmood Chaudhury said here.
Chaudhury, the first senior politician from the PoK to
visit Jammu and Kashmir in last six decades, said
confrontationist attitude or a military approach has failed to
resolve Kashmir issue in the past 64 years and will not yield
any results in future as well.
Appreciating Indian response to recent terror incidents,
as "mature", he, however, said the statements about existence
of training camps and militants in PoK was just a diversionary
"India and Pakistan have to engage in a dialogue for
resolving Kashmir issue but the leadership from both sides of
Line of Control has to be involved for finding a lasting
solution," Chaudhury, who is here to attend a wedding
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Is Salman Khan - Aamir Khan friendship over?
- Parrikar hits out at Nawaz Sharif, says India doesn't need advice about troops in Siachen
- Prefer to ignore what Nawaz Sharif said at UN, says Manohar Parrikar
- Neither Dadri nor Babri: India is 'Muslim woman delivering 'Ganesha' inside temple'
- 2nd T20I: India vs South Africa - Preview