Win People’s Hearts, Talk To Pak: Abdullah’s Advice To End Terrorism In J&K

| Updated: 13 July, 2022 3:27 pm IST

SRINAGAR: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said that terrorism will not end in Kashmir unless the central government wins the hearts of the people of Kashmir and engages in dialogue with the neighbouring country.

“I tell them it will never end unless you win the hearts of the people,” he said while referring to the government.

He said that the terrorism caravan will continue until the issue is resolved through dialogue with the neighbouring country and a solution is found. “We will die in this calamity and no one will pay attention,” he said.

He also condemned the militant attack at Lal Bazar in which an ASI was killed, while two other policemen were injured and urged the government to help the family of the deceased ASI so that they would not be disturbed.

“The family of the deceased ASI should be well compensated so that they can live with dignity,” he added.

On being asked about the crisis in Sri Lanka, Abdullah said that he hopes and prays that such a situation does not arise here.

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