‘No Kashmir Issue’ Between India, Pakistan: Jitendra Singh
Jammu and Kashmir News
Jammu: “There is ‘no Kashmir issue’ between India and Pakistan”, says the Union minister, Dr. Jitendra Singh.
Dr. Singh asserted that the only cardinal matter left is the retrieval of the part of the J&K state which remains under the illegal occupation of the neighboring country.
The Minister in the PMO repeatedly pressed the words “no Kashmir problem”. And added that it has been made clear on multiple fronts that there is absolutely no issue of Kashmir between India and Pakistan. He further quoted the parliamentary resolution passed in 1994 that mentioned the only outstanding issue to be the revival of the part under Pakistan’s illegal occupation.
He extended his faith in the Indian society and the people of J&K, who are now awakened enough to understand the designs and manifestations of the Government at centre and urged the people to not to derail their trust in the Modi Government.
He even mentioned the transit accommodation of Kashmiri Pandits who fled from the Valley owing to the stone pelting agitators. He affirmed that necessary measures will be taken to ensure the safety of one and all.