Pak seeks meaningful talks on Kashmir with India

Pakistan today asked India to join a "meaningful dialogue" to peacefully resolve the Kashmir issue.

Islamabad: Pakistan today asked India to join
a "meaningful dialogue" to peacefully resolve the Kashmir
issue.

India should enter a "meaningful dialogue with Pakistan
for a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue in accordance
with the wishes of the Kashmiri people," Foreign Office
spokesman Abdul Basit told a weekly news briefing.

He expressed "shock" at the "brutal killing" of three
Kashmiris in alleged firing by police at Baramulla on
September 6.

Separately, diplomatic sources have said that Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh should back up his call for
re-engagement with Pakistan with concrete measures to address
issues that are of concern to Islamabad, including the Kashmir
problem, Siachen and peace and security in South Asia.

PTI

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