National Convention Party leader Farooq Abdullah has urged the central government to resume talks with Pakistan to end terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Terrorism is on the rise again in Kashmir. Police and security forces are being targeted. Therefore, Mehbooba Mufti had yesterday demanded the resumption of talks with Pakistan. Farooq Abdullah, the leader of the National Convention Party, has made a similar demand.
National Convention Party leader Farooq Abdullah told reporters yesterday:
“The violence in Jammu and Kashmir is not over yet. But, Terrorism The BJP continues to talk of extinction. We must resume talks with Pakistan if we are to end terrorism.
At this time we should all remember the words of former Prime Minister Vajpayee. You can change your friends. But, you can’t change your neighbor. He said that there is no growth if there is friendship or there is no growth if there is animosity.
Pakistan should be treated the same way the central government treated China. As the withdrawal of troops in eastern Ladakh created a peaceful environment, Talks with Pakistan We need to create the same environment in Jammu and Kashmir.
Petrol and diesel prices continue to rise in the country. It is wrong for the central government to produce petrol for Rs 30 and sell it to the people for Rs 100. Income for the middle class is fixed. They should look at household expenses in that income. Children have to pay school fees. Sick people should also be taken care of. Rising petrol and diesel prices have put the whole country in trouble. ”
Thus said Farooq Abdullah.