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If we can engage with China, why not the other neighbour: Farooq Abdullah suggests talks with Pakistan

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If we can engage with China, why not the other neighbour: Farooq Abdullah suggests talks with Pakistan

If we can engage with China, why not the other neighbour: Farooq Abdullah suggests talks with Pakistan

National Conference president and former chief minister of JandK, Farooq Abdullah, on September 19 said in Lok Sabha that border skirmishes are on a rise in Jammu and Kashmir and talks should be held with other neighbours, like the engagement is taking place with China.

"Like we are talking to China to resolve issues, we need to hold talks with the other neighbour country as well.

People are dying every day, border skirmishes are on a rise.

We need to find some solution," said Abdullah.


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