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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Congress condemned third party interference in J&K issue

By on Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Congress has alleged the BJP led Union Government to subvert the country’s 71 years old policy adopted for J&K issue. Mr Randeep Singh Surjewala said on Monday: having given third party mediation on this issue, the government is playing with the national security. In a press conference he said, “you may have read today in the news papers. Where has Modi Ji sent first time the former prime minister of third country – to talk with the separatists of J&K; Why?... Should this question not be posed here?

Randeep Singh Surjewala was pointing out toward the Norwegian former Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik who had met with the separatists’ leader of J&K on Friday last week. He said, “It had been Indian policy that we never allowed the mediation of third party on the issue of J&K. the border issue of Indo-Pak shall be negotiated by the countries through the bilateral talk. We cannot accept the talk of third party whether it may be America, Russia or any other country.
He added, “Today the former prime minister of a country is going to hold talk; America can say to interfere on J&K dispute tomorrow; and China, Russia both shall stand for future. What is going on? It is a awful compromise with the national security.”



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