India-Pak Must Have Dialogue to Regain Peace, Says Farooq Abdullah

Abdullah emphasised on dialogue between India and Pakistan to tackle terrorism. 

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Former Chief Ministers Farooq Abdullah called a meeting to resolve issues in Kashmir on Friday. (Photo: Reuters)

National Conference President Farooq Abdullah on Friday called for a meeting of opposition parties of Kashmir to discuss the ongoing situation in Kashmir.

Normal life stays disrupted for about close to three months now in Kashmir after violence ensued after the killing of Hizbul Mujahiden commander Burhan Wani. Since then, massive clashes have been reported between security forces and protesters, claiming several lives.

Abdullah emphasised on dialogue as the key route to find solutions to the problem.

He also said that India and Pakistan need to have a dialogue and only then can terrorism be tackled.

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