Kashmir problem will not end until we talk to our neighbour: Farooq Abdullah

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The 85-year-old Abdullah made the remarks during the launch of former RAW chief A S Dulat’s book ‘A Life in the Shadows: A Memoir’ in Delhi. Dulat retired in 2000. The NC chief said, “India is a unique country and it is because we all think together. We have to return to the India of Gandhi’s dreams.

New Delhi. Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday said the Kashmir problem will not end until “we talk to our neighbour” and sought to address the real issue of the decades-old problem. Don’t find solutions. He also said that till we are not united, India will not be able to progress and become strong. The 85-year-old Abdullah made the remarks during the launch of former RAW chief A S Dulat’s book ‘A Life in the Shadows: A Memoir’ in Delhi. Dulat retired in 2000.

The NC chief said, “India is a unique country and it is because we all think together. We have to return to the India of Gandhi’s dreams. If the country has to progress then division has to end. Unless we are united, the country will never become strong.” Without naming Pakistan, he said, “The problem of Kashmir will not end and I am sorry to say that terrorism will continue until we talk to our neighbor and find a real solution to this problem.

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