Kashmir isn't India's personal property to be inherited, says Farooq Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir leader minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday, whilst cautioning the Indian executive, stated that Kashmir isn’t India’s “personal property to be inherited”, Information18.com reported.

Farooq Abdullah used to be commenting at the Indian parliament’s status solution on Kashmir. “Is that this your forefathers property?”

He used to be addressing a meeting in Chenab Valley, within the presence of his son and Omar Abdullah, who has additionally served as Kashmir’s leader minister.

Farooq Abdullah additionally stated that Pakistan is among the stakeholders of the Kashmir factor which even the federal government of India has accredited, including that the India will don’t have any choice however to get started talks with Pakistan in order that the “atrocities during which other folks of Jammu and Kashmir are present process will come to an finish.”

Kashmir has been divided between competitors India and Pakistan since 1947, however each declare the territory in its entirety.

Tens of hundreds of other folks, most commonly civilians, have died within the preventing since 1989.

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