Only PM Modi can resolve Kashmir problem: Mehbooba

Only PM Modi can resolve Kashmir problem: Mehbooba

Only PM Modi can resolve Kashmir problem: Mehbooba

Mufti came out in strong support of Prime Minister Modi saying he alone can help the people of the state in these troubling circumstances.

Without naming former prime minister Manmohan Singh, she went on compare his Pakistan policy with that of Modi and said, "Is se pehley jo wazir-e-azam they, das saal unki hukumat thi..."

The CM was addressing a gathering after inaugurating a flyover here. He, too, probably wanted to resolve issues and remove confrontation with Pakistan so as to bail the state out of unrest and violence.

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Referring to Modi's 2015 visit to Pakistan, Mufti said it reflected his "strength".

He also informed the prime minister about various developmental works being done in Jammu and Kashmir, they said. "But unfortunately Mufti was out of the government and Vajpayeeji left, and the process came to a grinding halt", she said. "Whatever decision he takes, the country will support him", said Ms Mufti, whose party, the Peoples Democratic Party or PDP, is running a coalition government with the BJP. "Our main focus is to bring peace and security to the people of the state", said Singh. "The Modi government has already clarified before the Supreme Court that it would not hold any talks unless violence stops in J&K", he told reporters in Agartala. "The government and the security agencies are working on a strategy toi tackle the situation". She also said that while her government is trying to improve the situation in Kashmir, there are some forces which do not want it.

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday reiterated her stand of initiating the dialogue process to restore peace in Kashmir.

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Mehbooba Mufti said many other big projects are in the pipeline for completion in the winter capital. The spokesman said, "Either Mehbooba Mufti is suffering from amnesia or she is willing to oversee the humiliation meted out to her late father by the same Prime Minister".

Reacting to statement of Charak on the lack of development in Jammu, the chief minister said that a tense situation in Kashmir affected Jammu as well. A 12-year-old boy, Ashfaq Ali Chauhan, from Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir was detained after he crossed over into Indian territory along the Line of Control in J&K's Rajouri district.

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